Mike, Carrie to be wed as planned

Mike Fisher's agent has quashed rumours that the Senator and his fiance, Carrie Underwood, have...

Mike Fisher's agent has quashed rumours that the Senator and his fiance, Carrie Underwood, have postponed their wedding. (Reuters/QMI Agency)

BRUCE GARRIOCH, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 8:36 AM ET

Senators centre Mike Fisher and singer Carrie Underwood will walk down the aisle this summer as planned.

While gossip websites have been reporting the last two days the wedding has been postponed until later in the summer over a disagreement between the bride and groom over meal plans, Fisher’s agent, Todd Reynolds, flatly denies any such spat.

“There’s nothing to it. I spoke to Mike (Tuesday), the date hasn’t changed,” said Reynolds. “We heard about (the rumours) a couple of days ago and we tweeted something about it just to say there’s nothing to it.”

OK Magazine and Aceshowbiz.com reported the couple couldn’t come to an agreement on the meal and claimed the nuptials were supposed to be held this month. Indications are Fisher and Underwood will wed in mid-July near Nashville.

Reports indicated that when the couple got engaged at Christmastime, Underwood wanted to get married in her hometown of Checotah, Okla., but realized it was too small to house such an enormous event. The magazine — and several websites — claim the guest list has ballooned to 250.

Reynolds wouldn't divulge any wedding details.

“I’m sworn to secrecy,” said Reynolds. “There’s wedding planner's looking after it. I think that this (meal talk) is just people looking for something to write about.”

Reynolds said it would be difficult for the happy couple to change the plans at this point.

“There’s been no changes and there’s been no date change,” repeated Reynolds. “Can you imagine making the change of the date on something like this? It’d be like making a U-turn in an 18-wheeler on a one-way street.

There’s a lot of moving parts. I think it’s all just the rumour mill.”


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