Carrie Underwood Is Not A Fan Of Husband Mike Fisher’s Collection Of ‘Dead Things’

Carrie Underwood will be the first to admit it: she loves her husband Mike Fisher but she is not always a big fan of his hobbies, which include collecting “dead things.”

This past Wednesday, shared a video of “things I wouldn’t put up with if I didn’t love him” in honor of her song with Jason Aldean, “If I Didn’t Love You.”

The two have been married for a total of 11 years — so of course, there are things that get on each other’s nerves.

A big pet peeve of Underwood’s (who is a vegetarian) is her hubby’s “dead things” on the wall. This includes stuffed and mounted deer heads, and a turkey, along with a displayed taxidermied coyote.

In addition, Carrie notes that he leaves dirty clothes on the floor and has an excessively large hat collection.

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“Jason asked if I would sing ‘If I Didn’t Love You’ with him,” she recently shared.

“I knew I liked the song, and Jason and I have actually been trying to do things together over the years. We’ve sang together before, but we’ve never officially recorded anything together.”

“It just kind of felt like this could be our moment,” she added. Underwood continued, “I felt like it was a little bit of an unexpected duet to other people, but I feel like I always knew at some point I’d probably sing with him officially, and this just seemed like the stars were aligning and it just seemed like it was going to be the perfect fit.”

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John Rich, the fellow country-singer colleague of Carrie’s, recently came to Underwood’s defense.

While the two aren’t close, Rich publicly advocated for her in August when Underwood was lambasted on social media for “liking” on Instagram a school that opposed mask mandates in Nashville.

“We’re at a point in this country where you can’t express your opinion, even in the slightest bit, without running the risk that they’re going to come at you with their razor blades at the ready to cut you up and tear you down just over your opinion,” Rich opened up in a new interview. “And so, there’s a real issue right now within the country music industry and the audience of country music. They could not be further apart.”

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