Carrie Underwood mad at media for calling husband “Mr. Underwood,” FYI he doesn’t care.

19 Jan



Us Weekly –  Carrie Underwood sees Mike Fisher as her equal, not her subordinate. So when the media refers to her hockey player husband as “Mr. Underwood,” the singer is understandably upset.

“It made me feel awful,” the country music superstar, 29, says in the February issue of Allure. “Somebody works real hard to make a name for themselves, a respectable name, and then it’s ‘Mr. Underwood.'”

Canadian-born Fisher, 32, was called “Mr. Underwood” many times when he was traded from the Ottawa Senators to the Nashville Predators in February 2011, according to the “Blown Away” singer.

“He was drafted there, and that was the only team he had ever played for [in the United States]. He would have played and he wanted to play for Ottawa for his whole career. He had no say in any of it,” Underwood says in her husband’s defense. “[But] I love it that he’s here.”

Underwood is in it for the long haul with Fisher, despite what doubters say. “We’ve seen a lot of celebrities, professional athletes, not exactly always being on their best behavior away from girlfriends, wives, families,” she says. “People would say, ‘Do you ever worry that? You know, he’s an athlete, he’s young, he’s good-looking?’ And I’ve never had to worry about him, because I’ve never trusted anybody so completely. Or I didn’t know the true meaning of trust. He just. . . He just wouldn’t do that.”

Though the “Before He Cheats” chart topper has often sung about heartbreak, the athlete makes her feel more loved than ever. “We want that person to be everything we’ve always wanted,” Underwood tells Allure of her music. “If they’re not Prince Charming, we try to make them Prince Charming. But Prince Charming does exist! I found one.”

True Canuck here, just taking it in stride, letting it roll off his shoulder and not care. America’s hat right there for ya. Just hanging out, playing it cool. Personally I wouldn’t care if the media called me “random guy who Carrie Underwood will cheat on and dump” if I was legitimately with Carrie Underwood. What’s really going on here is another typical southerner thinking that their little world below the Mason-Dixon line is way bigger than they think it is. Several points:

  1. Although they don’t mention these media people by name, I can say with 100% certainty these are people who work for CMT, country radio stations/insiders or southern newspapers. We all know these are the only true people who care about country music besides that one friend we all have.
  2. Canada refers to him as a hockey player or “The guy who is fucking Carrie Underwood.”
  3. Mainstream American media refers to him as “The guy who is fucking Carrie Underwood.”
  4. The dude plays in Nashville, where that ranks behind 3 college basketball teams, Vol football, Titans football, Lady Vol basketball and Grizzly basketball. Dude might as well be Joe Schmo for Christ’s sake. Of course he’s gonna be called Mr. Underwood in the middle of country music’s Cooperstown.
  5. Anybody taking the time to call him Mr. Underwood is not giving him daps (like most dudes), is not a young hot chick (they probably want his balls already and know his name), so that leaves bitter dudes/women with nothing better to care about than some dude not from the south taking one of their tribe. Keyword tribe.

I’ve been to the South, I’ve studied their ways. In some respects, I think they are almost as racist towards “Yankees” than they are “colored folks.” I know my plight; not expecting reparations anytime soon. If it’s one thing those cousin fuckers hate, it’s letting one get away. Especially a peach of a prize like Carrie. Even worse if it’s a “goddamn, peace loving Canadian who plays on goddamn ice skates, prolly can’t play a real sport like (SEC) FOOOTBALL!”



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