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"We were in front of people, and he's not a big PDA guy," she notes."I figured, I'll go in for it because he can't leave me hanging, right?"In Canada, he was a big celebrity, so he knows what it's like living under a microscope. Click here to see a full list of everywhere she will be performing in the coming months.And he travels a lot, which is good for both of us. Any guy I've ever dated, there would always be that doubt ... , getting candid about being traded from the Ottawa Senators to the Nashville Predators in 2011 and what it meant for his marriage to Carrie Underwood.

"I could have been going to 28 other cities, but I was actually going to Nashville, where I could finally be with my wife full-time."The pair's newlywed year was spent splitting time between Ottawa and Nashville. "I knew I was incredibly blessed to be going to Nashville.""They could have traded me anywhere, but they were genuinely looking out for me and my family.

Country music is about life, it's just really the format that is reality in terms of the lyric and the storytelling.

I think it's hopefully an escape."This year's CMA Awards will mark Underwood and Paisley's tenth year in a row hosting together.

So I made him kiss me in public."While Underwood has dated both public figures and non-public figures in her past, she says everything just fit perfectly with Fisher.

"He knew what to expect," Underwood says of one of the perks of dating and marrying a fellow star. I don't bat an eye."Guess that's a good thing they can go weeks without seeing each other, as Underwood's new Blown Away Tour recently kicked off.

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