Carrie Underwood Trolled Her Husband's Teammate, Ryan Johansen, For Getting Caught Kissing His Stick
Carrie Underwood deciding to make fun of her husband's teammate in a tweet is funny....the first time. The 4th time? In the span of two minutes? If you are Mike Fisher that should be a little less funny. Either his wife doesn't understand how Twitter interactions are perceived, or she's got a little bit of crush on the new star in town. Do I think Mike Fisher's marriage is in danger? Probably not. Do I think his wife has thought about taking the newer, younger, faster, more versatile model for a test drive? Let's just say it's certainly not outside the realm of possibility. Why else post the SAME exact video four times in a row? It's not like it was THAT hysterical. In fact, I think I was pretty much done laughing by tweet #2. Carrie's decision to keep going with it could mean that there was a little more at work here than her sense of humor.
It kind of makes sense if we are being honest. Mike Fisher has always been more of a role player, and now he's an aging role player whose career is on it's downside. Meanwhile Carrie Underwood is still one of the biggest stars in country music and could easily pass for someone in their early 20's. You can't really blame her for taking a nice long look at the 23 year old stud that just got traded to her home city. It's human nature. Ryan Johansen and Mike Fisher have been teammates for all of like one month now. That may have been enough time for them to become close, but not enough time to become "wife sending you the same content with 4 different captions" close. This is likely just some good old fashioned ball busting, but if I am Mike Fisher I am not letting Carrie leave my side during the Nashville Predators Christmas Party. If -and only if- she were to slip up and make a mistake you can bet your bottom dollar that it would be while she was on top of Ryan Johansen. Social media doesn't lie, and Carrie Underwood's feed reads like that of a lovestruck teenager. The boys had a little bit of fun with their response, but it's probably not a coincidence that it was Ryan Johansen that first made mention of Mike Fisher...