Mike Fisher Becomes the Butt of Carrie Underwood’s Jokes

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Carrie Underwood recently stopped by America’s Morning Show for her first post-baby interview with Blair Garner, Terri Clark, Chuck Wicks, Robin Meade, and Erika Grace Powell. While the country music superstar shared the acoustic version of her chart-topping contender “Little Toy Guns,” she also told the America’s Morning Show audience some rather personal information.

Of utmost importance, Carrie let the world know that her adorable newborn, Isaiah Michael Fisher, goes through many a’diaper on a daily basis. We are sure that when Isaiah grows up, he won’t develop a complex over this interview.

While she was dishing personal information about the men in her life, Carrie also decided to take her hockey-playing husband, Mike Fisher, for a spin, sharing that he cannot pull off skinny jeans due to his “hockey butt.” Take note Nashville Predators and other NHL teams: you are “ixnayed” from sporting the tight fitting pants because of your muscular frames.

What else did Carrie discuss with the morning show hosts? Her MILF status, Isaiah’s inevitable cell phone possession, and a few other things you don’t want to miss! Listen to Carrie’s full interview with America’s Morning Show here:

https://soundcloud.com/americasmorningshow/carrie-underwood-explains-her-husbands-hockey-butt

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