Carrie Underwood has ‘lost the plot’ as she struggles with depression

Carrie Underwoods latest album, “Bachelor in Paradise,” has been a huge success.

The band had hoped for a sequel, but the songwriting has been done by her husband, actor Tom Hanks, who is a big fan of the actress.

The new single, “Lose the Plot,” is an anti-bullying song that she wrote with Hanks and features her vocal on the title track.

Underwood, 42, is not sure she wants to revisit the project.

“I’m a little bit like Carrie Under.

I have a big heart,” she told the magazine.

“It’s a huge pain to talk about it, but I just have a lot of thoughts, and I don’t know what they are.”

Underwood said she doesn’t know if she’ll return to the project again.

“If I had to go back to it, it’s so much different, it wouldn’t be a movie,” she said.

“So I guess I just don’t have the energy right now.”

She added: “I’ve got a lot on my plate.

I’m a very busy mother, and it’s just so hard to be busy.”

She recently wrapped filming “Mockingjay” in New York, which had her performing on the red carpet for the film.

In the interview, she said she was “really happy” with the reception of the film, but she was worried about how the film would affect the music.

“We just need to figure out how to keep it grounded and the kind of music that people will feel comfortable listening to,” she explained.

“Theres nothing wrong with being honest, but at the same time, you have to keep that in mind.”

The actress said she hopes to have her third album out in 2020.

She is also working on a new film, “The Wedding Singer.”

The actor and his wife, Dermot Mulroney, have recently announced they are expecting their second child.

“This baby is going to be really special,” she tweeted.

“Great job, D.C.,” Underwood added in a follow-up.

“You have to love being able to make babies, and the best thing about being a mother is you can make babies.”

Underwoods last album was a collection of tracks recorded over a year in the late 1990s and early 2000s.

She was nominated for an Academy Award for “Carrie Underwood” in 2009.

“Bachelorette” is now out on DVD and digital download, with Underwood performing it in the musical version of the movie.

The “Bully” star said the new song “is a bit more honest” than the first two.

“But I think it’s still just the same kind of feeling I’ve had,” she added.

“In that first song, it was about the pressure of being a dad, but now it’s about how hard you are to be around people, and how much you hate yourself.”

The “Carrier” singer has a history of singing about mental illness.

In a 2010 interview with Esquire magazine, she revealed she had been diagnosed with bipolar disorder in 2008 and treated for it with medication.

Underwoods’ next album will feature new songs from her former band, including the song “Mourning the Dead.”

“Bitter Endings” is available now on iTunes.