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Carrie Underwood has over the years won a slew of awards, but her greatest accomplishment is far, well, more adorable.

When asked at the 2016 Grammys what she's most proud of in her life, the 32-year-old country star told E!'s Ryan Seacrest it was "being a mom."

Underwood and husband Mike Fisher are parents to son Isaiah Michael Fisher, who will turn 1 later this month.

"My little guy is the little sunshine in my world, every single day," she said. "He's back at the hotel right now and he's just smiley and sweet and happy and just...he's the best." 

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Underwood walked the red carpet in a strapless black gown. She is set to perform at the 2916 Grammys and is also nominated for one award this year, for Best Country Solo Performance for "Little Toy Guns," marking her 13th nomination overall. She joins fellow nominees Cam for "Burning House," Chris Stapleton for "Traveller," Keith Urban for "John Cougar, John Deere, John 3:16" and Lee Ann Womack for "Chances Are."

Underwood won her first Grammy in 2007, for Best New Artist. She has won a total of seven Grammys prior to this year.

While this isn't her first rodeo, the singer told Seacrest she still gets nervous at the Grammys.

"I mean for so many reasons, like being nominated, performing," she said. "It's just kind of hard to believe I'm at the Grammys."

"I'm glad I still get nervous because I feel if I'm nervous, it means I care," she said. "It's amazing, amazing company and I'm just excited."

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