Carrie Underwood Once Swore She 'Would Never Marry' Someone Like Mike Fisher
Carrie Underwood and Mike Fisher seemed to be an unlikely couple at first glance. When the two of them first met each other, Underwood was a country singer living in Nashville, Tennessee, while he was a hockey player living in Ottawa, Cananda.
While the two of them have been married for several years now, there was also another big difference between them that made Underwood say she “would never marry” someone like Fisher. Read on below to find out why Underwood said that.
When did Carrie Underwood and Mike Fisher get married?
Underwood and Fisher first met in 2008 with an introduction from Underwood’s bassist, Mark Childers. The pair became acquainted at one of Underwood’s meet and greets and quickly hit it off.
They began a long-distance relationship soon after. Then, Underwood and Fisher got married in 2010. Fortunately for the couple, Fisher joined the Nashville Predators in 2011, which allowed them to settle down together in the same place.
They currently have two sons: Isaiah (born 2015) and Jacob (born 2019).
Why did Underwood swear she ‘would never marry’ someone like Fisher?
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