Carrie Underwood cheered her husband, Mike Fisher, while the NHL player was on the field during his birthday. The singer proved she’s his biggest fan and a fierce supporter of the Nashville Predators, who are on their way to the Stanley Cup Finals!
Talk about couple goals!
Carrie Underwood is the ultimate cheerleader!
On Monday Carrie Underwood, took on the stadium by storm as her husband and Nashville Predators slew the field.
It all started on May 28, when Underwood made it clear that she was headed to Nashville to cheer her Team Captain during the championship games. Underwood made sure to send a clear message of support. Her luggage and nails were filled with the team’s color.She’s simply adorable.
Underwood took pictures before the game and then showed her enthusiasm during the game, as the Preds tied 2-2 against the Pittsburgh Penguins. Underwood, Keith Urban, Wayne Gretzky and Charles Barkley were among the other celebrities inside the Bridgestone to watch the Preds tie.
“People have been behind this team for years,” Underwood added. “And it’s been so exciting just to see everybody come out and show that … This is what we do. We do music, we do hockey and we do everything loud.”
The Penguins will host game five in Pittsburgh on Thursday (June 8).
A late birthday celebration for Fisher
Besides the Preds game on Monday Underwood celebrated her hubby’s birthday. However, the couple hasn’t celebrated properly, as they are waiting for more. She said in an interview with NBC Sports that she and Fisher are waiting to celebrate his birthday after the Predators complete their run for the Stanley Cup.
“I didn’t get him anything,” she confessed. “I will, though. After all, this is done and we have the cup, maybe that can just be his birthday party!” Underwood did dedicate a sweet message to Fisher online. The NHL center was named the captain of the Predators in September.
“Happy birthday to this handsome hunk! I’ll never forget the day he told me he was asked to wear the ‘C.’ I was so proud on that day and I’m even more proud now to see him play in the #StanleyCupFinals,” Underwood wrote.
The couple got married in 2010 and welcomed their first child, Isaiah, in 2015. The singer told Entertainment Tonight in April that she’s leaving the possibility of baby No. 2 up to “God’s good timing.”