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Carrie Underwood In Trouble With Husband After Amazon Spree

Carrie Underwood / Instagram
By Gary Trock

Carrie Underwood and her husband Mike Fisher could not be more relatable after the famed country singer had to own up to an Amazon shopping spree after an avalanche of packages showed up to their Tennessee mansion. The "Jesus, Take The Wheel" singer taped the hilarious encounter and shared to her Instagram page on Monday afternoon of Fisher discovering the packages and showing obvious frustration.

"When the Amazon boxes arrive and the hubby finds them before I do," Underwood captioned her video to Insta Stories.

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Boxes On Boxes

Carrie Underwood / Instagram

Underwood's husband, retired pro hockey star Mike Fisher, was seen loading up the couple's truck with some pretty hefty packages from Amazon that were delivered to their parcel locker.

"I didn't get that much..." Underwood can be heard sheepishly saying while asking, "Am I in trouble??"

She was laughing about the situation, and the whole incident is pretty relatable to everyone's lives since the COVID-19 pandemic hit and shopping in brick and mortar stores became a thing of the past. With online shopping dominating most orders these days ... it's no wonder Jeff Bezos is the richest person in the world.

What's In The Box?!

Mike Fisher / Instagram

Carrie Underwood didn't reveal what was in the contents of all the boxes she ordered ... but maybe she can make it up to her husband by picking up some new fly fishing gear. The couple, who has been married since 2010, recently took a fly fishing trip and had a blast. Fisher later took to Instagram to share about the experience ... and admit that he may not be the angler in the family.

"This past weekend we were able to get away for some good quality time! One thing we love to do together is fly fish but the thing I don’t like about it is she catches bigger fish:)"

Thinking Outside The Box

fit52 / Carrie Underwood

The COVID-19 pandemic has hit the world hard and many entrepreneurs are finding new ways to market products to customers that factor in not being able to leave the house and having little contact with others. In response to the need for fitness during the quarantine, Carrie Underwood and her trainer, Eve Overland, launched a new exercise app, fit52.

Underwood is not just a passive owner, she's directly involved with posting videos for fans and showing off her home workouts.

According to the fit52 website:

"With fit52, every workout is different. Each suit represents a different exercise group, and every card reveals an exercise and number of reps, providing fun, full body workouts that can be completed in as little as 30 minutes!"

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