The only thing people were reading about on the Internet Sunday afternoon more than Carrie Underwood and Mike Fisher tying the knot was the World Cup final.
The country music darling and the power NHL forward said their I dos on Saturday in front of a group of family and friends at a posh resort in Greensboro, Ga.
"It was beautiful. Great time had by all," the Ottawa Sun was told by one guest.
On Sunday afternoon, the newlyweds took to the skies in a private jet, reportedly on their way to Tahiti and Bora Bora for their honeymoon. No word yet if they managed to catch any of the match between Spain and the Netherlands.
A number of websites keep track of the number of searches for a variety of topics and individuals. If something or someone is popular, they're considered to be "trending."
On Sunday, Underwood was trending in second place on sites monitored by Yahoo!, well ahead of fourth-place Lisa LaFlamme, the CTV news reporter who will take over as anchor of the station's evening newscast next year when veteran newsman Lloyd Robertson retires.
Underwood and Fisher were also ahead of another celebrity wedding. Emily Blunt, perhaps best known for her role as a fashion-mad assistant to Meryl Streep's evil editor-in-chief in The Devil Wears Prada, married The Office's John Krasinski in Italy.
The couple spent the evening before their wedding at pal George Clooney's house on Lake Como just outside Milan, but even that tidbit wasn't enough to move her up the trending ladder higher than sixth place.
One of the interesting things about the online coverage of Fisherwood's nuptials was the cross-section of websites devoting space to the couple's big day.
How often will you find the same story on Hollywood gossip queen Perez Hilton's blog and NHL.com?
As for when Ottawa folks might get a chance to glimpse the couple again, it's possible Underwood won't be back in town until hockey season starts up.
Mrs. Fisher will be back on the road as part of her Play On tour, hitting theToday Showin New York for a live performance July 30.
Fisher won't be in the audience to cheer his new wife on, though. He will be in Ottawa, where it's expected he'll be speaking about his life and Christian values at The Life Centre.
The event will take place at 7 p.m. and is open to the public. It's free, but donations to Roger's House are being accepted.