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Carrie Underwood reveals she had 3 miscarriages in 2 years

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FILE - In this June 22, 2018, file photo, Carrie Underwood attends the 2018 Radio Disney Music Awards in Los Angeles. Underwood says she turned to God after experiencing three miscarriages in the past two years. (Photo by Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP, File)

NEW YORK — Carrie Underwood says she turned to God after experiencing three miscarriages in two years.

The 35-year-old country singer and former “American Idol” champion told “ CBS Sunday Morning ” she got pregnant in early 2017 and it “didn’t work out.” She had a second miscarriage later that year and a third in 2018.

Underwood says she was afraid to be angry because she has an incredible husband, hockey player Mike Fisher, and an incredible son, 3-year-old Isaiah.

She says she got mad when she thought she might be suffering a fourth miscarriage and she “told God how I felt.” She went to the doctor and was told everything was fine. Underwood says God heard her.

The pregnant singer said she’ll go on tour this spring, hopefully with her new baby. She says “things are looking better.”

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