"Mike asked her to move in, and she said yes ... she did clear out space in his closet and stock his kitchen with her favorites," says a source close to the lovers.
Carrie Underwood is hitting a notch higher with her romance with hockey player boyfriend Mike Fisher as she reportedly has agreed to move in with him. Neither confirmation nor denial has been made by the dating partners, but a source close to pair tells OK! Magazine, "Mike asked her to move in, and she said yes ... She's on the road a lot and can't commit fully, but she did clear out space in his closet and stock his kitchen with her favorites."
Carrie Underwood was first romantically linked to Mike Fisher in early January this year. It was said the two met at the backstage of her concert at Scotiabank Place last year. They then became close to each other and began dating shortly thereafter. Confirming statement that they are a couple has never been made by either Carrie or Mike, but the country music star has recently made a reference to Mike in the liner notes of her new album, "Play On".
"Thank you #12," she wrote, referring to Mike's jersey number. "You are the most amazing addition to my life! You are such a wonderful person and have had such an amazing hand in the building of this album and in the growth of me as a person. I love you so much! You make my life better in every way! I thank God for you every day."
Commenting on the pair's reported plan to move in, their friends say "They're completely in love. They've talked marriage. Mike's said it in front of Carrie's family. They love him and think he's great."