Carrie dating romo underwood
When she does finally step back from her whirlwind schedule and take a much-deserved break, Carrie plans to spend time with friends in her adopted hometown of Nashville. Granted, I don't get hammered or do anything to embarrass myself.
I'd call myself wholesome…but it's not like I only drink milk," says Carrie, who describes herself as a guys' girl. I'm girlie in the sense that I like makeup, but I also love sports and man food. Being around them just isn't as threatening."When it comes to the dating scene, however, Carrie finds that dealing with the opposite sex is much more challenging.
That statement obviously upset Romo's current girlfriend, Jessica Simpson, who dismissed the claim as "hurtful" and "definitely not true." Underwood isn't backing down on her quote, but she does give it a little more context."I don't think people realize that when you do an interview, the magazine comes out six months later," she says.
"It was just something that was said in passing, and I would never mean to say anything to hurt anybody or to stir up anything, because I'm just not about drama. I might be mad too, if somebody said my boyfriend was calling some other girl.
"It was like 'peace out....' We both knew it didn't work and [have] no hard feelings whatsoever," she has said.
We have visual evidence of you being her date, Buddy.
Now I highly doubt all these “we’re just friends” comments are going to fly.
"I don't consider myself sexy," she says in her soft Southern voice. (She finished touring with Keith Urban in April and will continue to hit various national venues solo all the way through September.) The title of the record, says Carrie, describes "the wonderful craziness I've been through over the past couple of years."No doubt her romantic life played a part in that wild ride.
Her 2005 debut album, Some Hearts, achieved seven-times-platinum status and was the first to become Billboard's top female country album for two consecutive years.