Carrie Underwood & Mike Fisher Give Miranda Lambert Marriage/Divorce Advice?
Now that Carrie Underwood and her professional hockey playing husband, Mike Fisher, seem to have their marriage back on track, the new parents to son, Isiah, are said to be doling out relationship advice to their closest friends. According to the latest gossip news updates, Carrie advised her "Something Bad" bestie, Miranda Lambert, to take a long break from country music in order to save her marriage to Blake Shelton form an unnecessary divorce. In a related story, the "Something in the Water" singer is teaming up with fellow American Idol alum, Kelly Clarkson, to sue Sony Music for allegedly negotiating a deal with the now notorious Spotify that shortchanged the artists in exchange for profits reserved solely for Sony.
While the neighborly thing to do would probably be to just mind her own business, it's currently being rumored that Mike Fisher's loving wife, Carrie Underwood, is dead set on saving Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton's marriage from divorce.
One source in the latest July 6, issue of Star magazine claims that now that Carrie seems to have it all, she is doing her best to convince her friends to follow her lead:
"Carrie said taking a year off to have a baby was the best thing for her relationship with Mike.
"She's been telling Miranda that she should put her own career on pause to keep the home fires burning.
"It would break her heart is Miranda and Blake split up because they didn't take the time to stop and smell the roses."
For all their good intentions, the informant explains, Miranda and Blake just don't see how Carrie's pearls of wisdom could be applicable to their very different marriage and situation:
"Miranda knows that Carrie's advice comes from a good place, but her life and marriage aren't remotely similar to Carrie's."
Although it might be best for Carrie to just leave Miranda and Blake's relationship alone for the time being, she has plenty of help when it comes to tackling her very strained relationship with Sony Music.
According to Digital Trends, Underwood, Kelly Clarkson and 19 Recording are taking Sony to court for allegedly negotiating a back-room deal with Spotify that would make Taylor Swift want to pull her hair out:
"The plaintiffs claim that Sony -- which owns a minority stake in Spotify -- wasn't negotiating in 'good faith' when it made deals with the streaming service.
"The lawsuit explains that Sony negotiated a lower royalty rate for its artists in exchange for a larger share of advertising and other revenue from Spotify, which it did not have to share."
Sounds like Carrie Underwood is going to be far too focused on her own failing relationship with Sony Music to check in with Miranda Lambert on the amount of free-time she's been setting aside for herself.© 2016 The Classical Art, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.