Pouring cold water on reports of her moving in with Mike, Carrie insists living together with her boyfriend is not her style.
It turns out that reports claiming Carrie Underwood and her boyfriend Mike Fisher have moved in together are not true. The "American Idol" alum is quick to set the record straight on the matter, issuing a written denial on her official fan club site.
"I read something recently that a certain someone and I were moving in together. This is beyond not true...just another example of people making stuff up out of thin air!" read her post. She then adds that "neither one of us would ever do that. I would never live with my boyfriend...not my style."
Carrie Underwood and Mike Fisher, who is a hockey player, first met at the backstage of her concert at Scotiabank Place last year. They were romantically linked in early January this year. Nevertheless, neither of them has ever made confirming statement that they are dating.
Most recently, Carrie 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."
Last week, OK! Magazine ran a story that the pair has moved in together. "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," a source close to Carrie and Mike was quoted by the publication as stating.