Carrie Underwood, Mike Fisher's Marriage Hits A Rough Patch, In Touch Claims
It seems that things are not looking good for singer Carrie Underwood and husband, Mike Fisher. The two, who tied the knot in July 2010, have reportedly hit a rough patch in their marriage.
According to the latest issue of In Touch Magazine (via Gossip Cop), the 35-year-old singer and songwriter is reportedly having a lot of issues and fights with her husband. It all started when the NHL player asked her wife to take some time out of the spotlight until the second baby is born.
"A baby is on the way, and Mike wants Carrie to do less, not more," an insider told the news outlet. "They're fighting over it... [Fisher felt the singer] should put her career on hold, concentrate on raising the kids and make that her priority," the insider added.
Not long after it hit the web, Gossip Cop has debunked the claims and stressed that the two are stronger than ever right now. The 38-year-old former ice hockey center is always there by his wife's side throughout her pregnancy.
As per a different source (via US Weekly), Mike Fisher does his best to take Carrie Underwood out once or twice a week for a date night in Nashville despite their busy schedules. He has also been "reading a bunch of parenting books, rubbing Carrie's feet and is making sure she is happy and comfortable at all times," the source added.
The "Jesus, Take the Wheel" hitmaker announced she and her husband are expecting their second child in August 2018. At the same time, it was also announced that she would be hitting the road with the "Cry Pretty Tour 360" in May 2019 in Greensboro, North Carolina.
The "Cry Pretty Tour 360," which is a promotional tour in support of her upcoming sixth studio album titled "Cry Pretty," will also play 55 arenas across Canada and the United States. Special guests include Maddie & Tae and Runaway Jane.
Can’t wait to share these songs with you on September 14th!!! #CryPretty pic.twitter.com/tOgkYacPTS — Carrie Underwood (@carrieunderwood) August 20, 2018
The album, which is set to be released on Sept. 14 worldwide, will feature 13 tracks: "Cry Pretty," "Ghosts on the Stereo," "Low," "Backsliding," "Southbound," "That Song That We Used to Make Love To," "Drinking Alone," "The Bullet," "Spinning Bottles," "Love Wins," "End Up With You," "Kingdom" and "The Champion" (Feat. Ludacris). It was co-produced by songwriter and producer, David Garcia.