But what I’ve learned is when someone looks at whatever and likes you, even if they’re younger it shows up in your feed.
“Just told my manager that she might have to lock me out of my own twitter #Preds Pride #IJust Love My Husband,” Underwood wrote.
Such is the bubble Underwood is living in—a weird, often lonely, train-whistle-in-the-distance kind of place. She won't watch television shows with celebrity gossip, and she worries what her family must think about the media circus."I would talk to my mom," Underwood says, "and she'd be like, `Now they're saying blah, blah, blah.' She worries more about this stuff than I do because no parent would want anybody saying bad things about their daughter. I don't know anything, I haven't done anything.' So we don't talk about any gossip anymore."Life in the bubble: It wasn't always like that.
"That can be either a good thing or a bad thing because you get to know 'em before you go out with 'em, but then you only see each other maybe once a month, maybe twice. In three months, it'll be `Carrie said she's not dating anybody,' yet last night, I was out on the town with some guy. "If I meet somebody, and they don't know anything about me, that's like, `Oh, you're going to actually get to know me a little bit before you go Google me?
Even NBC analyst Mike Milbury described the refereeing as “putrid” at one point as the 4-1 Penguins win was marred by a number of uneven calls on both sides.
The Predators face a 2-0 series deficit as they return to play in front of Underwood and the rest of the raucous hometown crowd in Game 3 on Saturday evening.