Underwood surprised her new husband by having one of their favorite music artists, Brandon Heath, sing his song "Love Never Fails" for their first dance, reports While Underwood had dated both public figures and non-public figures in her past, she says everything just fit perfectly with Fisher. "We can go weeks without seeing each other," she continues. Any guy I've ever dated, there would always be that doubt ... Music is at its most powerful when it tells a story.And he travels a lot, which is good for both of us. We're both independent people, so we can't have somebody around 24 hours a day, seven days a week. It's late.' I'm not the crazy-girlfriend type, but there was a little voice in the back of my head. 1 hit) and "Little Toy Guns," plus four songs in never-before-released versions, as well as all 18 of Underwood's No. After putting up 49 points in 66 games in his first year with the Wolves, Fisher was drafted in the second round, 44th overall, by the Ottawa Senators in the 1998 NHL Entry Draft.
It was a large wedding with 250 guests in attendance.
In a preview of her upcoming VH1 "Behind The Music Special," according to Examiner.com, Underwood, thinking back to that moment, declares with a laugh, "I mean, can I make dating more difficult?
Let's get a hockey guy who lives in another country.
So, how did this girl and boy from two different countries meet, marry and are now on the brink of being first-time parents?
How it all came about is as wonderfully uplifting as the storyline of "The Sound of Music." The real-life romance of Underwood and Fisher began with an arranged introduction, a "hot" text message, months of long-distance phone calls, a first-ever New Year's Eve kiss and, eventually, a wedding with a surprise.And they are soon to be power parents -- their first child, a boy, will be making his arrival into the world this spring. -- with a population just north of 3,000 -- emerged from the promise of her 2005 "American Idol" win to become a true multi-format, multi-media superstar, spanning achievements in music, television and film.