The good stuff starts around the 5:30 mark. The rest is a lot of hooting and hollering about Hank Williams smoking and drinking before his interviews and how football’s just not the same without that God-awful song he used to sing, and then Hank himself shows up behind them and is saluted by the crowd like he’s some kind of second coming of Christ. Then there’s some uncomfortable making-out-with-Barbies going on, where Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood check if Faith Hill Barbie and Tim McGraw Ken are anatomically correct (spoiler!: they aren’t).
Any of you guys see this, um, live?
November 11, 2011 at 10:30 am by Sarah
20Country Singer Brad Paisley & Wife Welcome New Baby- Brad is (kind of, but not) Really Happy About It
Country singer Brad Paisley and his wife, actress Kimberly Williams-Paisley (whom some of you probably recognize as the wife from ABC’s sitcom According to Jim, although you will never own up to that) welcomed a new baby into the Paisley Household Friday morning. We know that the new baby was a boy, but the couple has not yet revealed the baby’s name.
In an earlier interview however, Brad revealed how he learned of Kimberly’s second pregnancy. He also revealed that he is terrified of having more children and would like to put them back inside his wife:
Brad and Kimberly, 37, announced their pregnancy in October, saying they were thrilled to be giving 2-year-old son William “Huck” Huckleberry a sibling. In fact, it was Huck who broke the big news to dad, delivering Kimberly’s positive pregnancy test to Brad! “I said, ‘No, you don’t get it. This is really bad for you and I. This isn’t gonna be fun for us for the next nine months. We’re in for it,’” the singer joked upon learning about baby number two.
The baby boy had been set to arrive on April 5th, but being overdue “wasn’t a big deal,” said Brad, 36. “There’s nothing we can do about it. Well, there is, but we’re not doing that. We’re actually probably going to miss these times when things are simple. I mean you can’t put them back!”
Nope, you sure can’t put them back! Turns out babies aren’t like the brightly colored gardening implements and scrap-booking paper you grab from the $1 bins inside the front door of Target and later decide you really don’t want, even though they’re only a dollar.
Let’s hope that the extra weeks in mommy’s tummy have given Brad enough time to prepare himself for this second onslaught of the horror that is fatherhood.
Also, when I say the words “Paisley Household,” does anyone else picture 5,000 square feet, 4 bedrooms, and 2 1/2 baths covered in this?