The big day for a big star
Will Tony Romo crash Carrie Underwood's ritzy Georgia wedding?
It feels like just yesterday that a young Oklahoman named Carrie Underwood received the winning vote on American Idol. (It was actually 2005.) Since then, she has become a powerhouse pop-country singer/popular fashion trendsetter and she's now certainly solidified her place in the tabloids with her elaborate wedding plans.
Underwood has been no stranger to the paparazzi since her relationship with that lackadaisical ball-handler Tony Romo.
The wedding was supposed to be kept secret, but at least one money-hungry friend or relative divulged the details of the Georgia affair.
Underwood's rented out all 251 rooms of the Ritz-Carlton Lodge, Reynolds Plantation in Greensboro, Ga., for the Saturday event. Many guest are taking private planes to reach the picturesque town of 3,238 that's only 75 miles from Atlanta and the world's busiest airport. Underwood and her husband-to-be, NHL player Mike Fisher, are expected to arrive by helicopter tonight. Other guests have already begun to show.
Let's hope there are some wedding crashers in the mix! Romo perhaps?
Hockey and country met at one of Underwood's concerts. Fisher proposed to Underwood in December 2009 after a year of dating.
Let's hope this one lasts because we have seen what Underwood could do by taking a "Louisville Slugger to both headlights." Seeing how Tiger Woods, Michael Jordan, and numerous other professional athletes have treated marriage, the odds are against Fisher. We shall give him a shot, "Before He Cheats".