11:44 AM EDT 04/17/2014
Originally posted 09/26/2011 12:00PM
The newlywed life is the good life for Carrie Underwood, who was told there would be rough patches.
"Everyone says the first month is the hardest, or the fourth month or the eighth month," the 28-year-old, who wed NHL player Mike Fisher last year, told PEOPLE. "We're just enjoying it."
The country songstress's career has been "go, go, go," she said, adding: "You never really get to stop and smell the roses and really enjoy just being a person."
Originally posted 04/07/2011 11:55AM
She knew he was the love of her life. What she didn't know is he's a serious pack rat.
Having not lived together before, Carrie Underwood was in for a bit of a surprise when her hockey-player husband Mike Fisher got traded to Nashville this winter and finally moved in with her.
"He brought all of his crap with him," the country star, 28, says in an interview Thursday on The Ellen DeGeneres Show. "Our house became … he's not a hoarder, but he's close, maybe."
Originally posted 04/01/2011 06:20PM
Enjoying her married life with hubby Mike Fisher, Carrie Underwood has no plans to have kids anytime soon – and doesn't want to be bothered with speculation that she has a baby on the way.
"I don't want people assuming that I am [pregnant] until I say that I am," the country crooner told PEOPLE on Thursday, while promoting her debut film Soul Surfer in L.A. "We just got married. We haven't been married a year yet. I would want to be married for a little while [before having kids]."
No stranger to paparazzi, Underwood says she has a foolproof way of being photographed without looking like she's sporting a baby bump.
Originally posted 02/21/2011 03:00PM
Carrie Underwood's husband has confessed to having mixed feelings about his big move from Ottawa to Nashville.
But after just one week in Music City, professional hockey player Mike Fisher says he's settling in nicely.
"To be honest I was praying a few days before about [moving teams]," Fisher, who was recently traded from the Ottawa Senators to the Nashville Predators, tells the Vancouver Sun. "I was just so frustrated and said 'God, if you have me go somewhere take care of it, look after it,' and he sure did that. He put me in a place I was comfortable with and I think that's part of reason that this is the place I'm supposed to be and that's comforting for sure."
Originally posted 02/10/2011 03:35PM
Looks like Carrie Underwood and Mike Fisher will no longer have a long-distance marriage.
The singer's hockey-player husband has been traded from the Ottawa Senators to the Nashville Predators, according to CBC News. With Fisher living in Ottawa and Underwood based in Nashville, the good news is that the couple will no longer have to travel to see each other.
"We will both truly miss Ottawa," Underwood said in a statement Thursday. "Mike has been such a big part of the community, and I will never forget how they welcomed me with open arms. We obviously love Nashville, and the teams' decision for him to now play with the Predators is an exciting opportunity for Mike. I support him wherever he plays!"
Originally posted 11/16/2010 08:00AM
First comes marriage and then comes baby?
Not anytime soon for Carrie Underwood.
"Oh, it's going to be awhile," she tells InStyle magazine. "The other night, [husband Mike Fisher] was with some friends and their kids, and he sent me a funny text saying, 'Watching my friend's kids ... Let's wait a while.'"
Originally posted 11/04/2010 11:30AM
She only just got married, but already Carrie Underwood is getting grilled about the next big milestone with husband Mike Fisher.
"Whenever you're dating someone, it's like, 'When are they getting married? When are they getting married?' " the country star, 27, tells ET Canada. "As soon as you get married, [it's], 'When are you having babies?' "
The short answer: Not very soon.
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