Carrie says she's no Yoko Underwood

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Carrie Underwood insists she’s no Yoko Underwood.

In appearances on Jay Leno and The Ellen DeGeneres Show the last couple of days, the country music superstar discussed her marriage to former Senators star Mike Fisher, who was traded to the Nashville Predators.

And she talked about his departure from Ottawa, which some Senators fans insist was manipulated by the wife.

Leno had to double check with Underwood that Fisher’s team was in fact the Predators.

Underwood joked about how she could be behind Fisher’s trade to Nashville for two draft picks.

“Even my friends were like, how did you pull that off?” Underwood quipped. “I’m glad people think I’m that powerful. If you play for any professional sports team, do not mess with me, I will get you traded to Lord knows where.”

She had fun at the expense of KISS 105.3, which banned her music following the trade.

“They quit playing my music. But they never (played it) in the first place.”

Underwood admits having Fisher move into her house has been challenging.

In a taped interview for The Ellen DeGeneres Show, she explained: “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.

“He 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.

‘He loves to shop’

“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, 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.”

After a 12-game stretch in which he failed to record a point, Fisher, who had spent his entire career with the Senators, has come alive, posting four goals and three assists in his last five games as the Predators look to clinch a playoff spot.


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