Carrie Underwood Admits Being ‘Not Great With Commitment’
In the midst of her jam-packed Play On tour dates, Carrie Underwood hardly has a free second to plan her wedding with fiancé Mike Fisher ... But that doesn't mean the singer has any plans to ditch the formal ceremony and run off to Vegas.
"We're not elopers," Carrie insists to California's K-Frog radio station. "We definitely want our families to be there."
They just aren't sure exactly where "there" will be! "My hometown couldn't hold all our families," Carrie reports. "We're working on that!"
Something else the singer and her professional hockey player beau are working on is picking a date to get married. "We kind of have a working date," she reveals. "There's a lot of stuff to work around, which I know that sounds so silly because it's your wedding date. You should put everything else on hold to get married."
With two crazy schedules between them, Carrie admits that they will do a lot of juggling between households. "Home is going to be Nashville and Ottawa," she explains. "I still think I'll be in Nashville more than anything and he'll be in Ottawa more than anything."
Surprisingly, Carrie says she is perfectly fine with the couple having two different hometowns. "I think it's really good for me because -- this is going to sound crazy because I'm getting married -- but I'm really not great with commitment, and being with somebody all the time. So I think it will be really nice ... We'll be married, of course we'll spend more time together."