Carrie Underwood has revealed that after just one year, marriage is not quite the bed of roses that she had once thought!
The singer who married her husband, Mike Fisher just last year told Ellen DeGeneres on her show that, ‘it comes with it’s own wonderfulness and challenges.’
She went on to tell how their married life did not exactly start with the usual romantic candlelit dinners and sensual jacuzzi baths, as the pair didn’t even live together! It was only until Mike got transferred to The Nashville Predators from the Ottawa Senators in Canada that he moved to live with his wife.
When Ellen questioned Carrie she explained that, ‘we started out you know we got married. He went back to Canada. I went back to Nashville… then he got traded to Nashville. He came and he brought all of his crap with him. Our house became…he’s not a hoarder but he’s close, maybe.’
Carrie didn’t seem too pleased to be sharing her place with her new husband as she told Ellen how his belongings cluttered her house, ‘we had it in all the guests bedrooms and he had it boxed up and stuff. He’s like babe, I need more space in the closet and my heart just sinks.
The country star went on to paint anything but the picture of perfect married life as she ranted on about Mike’s never ending belongings. ‘He’ll keep like shirts and stuff and I’ll go through it. You online shop, you go shopping. He loves to shop. He’s going to kill me. ‘
‘He has stuff come in and I’m like it’s not going out fast enough. If you bring stuff in and stuff needs to go out. Do we need this shirt? It has a giant stain on the sleeve. Are we going to wear this again? No, then do something with it. It’s still hanging up there.’
Realizing that she may have said too much, Carrie went on to try and dig herself out of her own hole as she told how they are learning to make compromises.
Mike’s move to the Predators caused some controversy amongst the ice hockey world when he transferred to the Nashville Predators. The Vancouver Sun were far from understanding when they openly exposed the bitterness of his fans writing that the player was lured ‘by a country-music superstar.’