Country superstar Carrie Underwood talked baby talk with "Extra" at the "Soul Surfer" junket, and about how she and her husband, pro hockey player Mike Fisher, are going to take it slow.
"We're going to wait a while, if at all possible," Underwood explained, "And just learn how to be married. He was traded to Nashville. Now we actually live together and there's so much to get used to, and I would just like to enjoy it for a while."
Underwood makes her big-screen debut as a Christian youth counselor in the uplifting "Soul Surfer," which tells the true story of Bethany Hamilton, a teenage surfer whose arm was arm bitten off by a shark, but she continued to compete.
As for making a new album, Underwood assures her fans she's working on it. "I've had to tell them it's all happening. It's shaping up really well so far!"
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Catch the wave when "Soul Surfer" rolls into theaters April 8.