New York, May 21: Carrie Underwood and her hockey player husband Mike Fisher haven’t let fame get to their heads.
Underwood – “American Idol” singer, winner of five Grammy awards and arguably one of country music’s brightest stars – told Oprah Winfrey that she still prefers to do her own laundry during an “Oprah’s Next Chapter” interview airing Sunday.
“It makes tour life a little difficult because those are things that I really don’t have time to do,” the New York Daily News quoted her as saying.
“So that’s what I do on my days off. We go to the laundromat. I get my quarters, we go to the laundromat and go do our laundry.
“I just don’t like other people doing my laundry. It freaks me out,” she said.
Underwood added that she and Fisher, married since July 2010, are still adjusting to other aspects of married life as well.
“At first it was weird. Sometimes I still have those moments where I can’t believe I’m married,” she said.
“I spent 27 years not being married and I kinda got used to it. For the first year of our marriage, I still would give people gifts and write: ‘Love, Carrie.’
“And I’m like, okay, now I’m ‘Carrie and Mike.’ There’s two of us now. But I’m getting better all the time,” she added.
The couple also shared about their family planning.
Though Fishetold Winfrey that he would be content with the “two or three” children that Underwood wants, the singer joked that he’s usually gunning for a lot more.
Usually, “he’s like, ‘I want seven!’” she laughed. (ANI)