Keith Urban has more in common with Carrie Underwood than just their hit new song “The Fighter.”
Like hockey wife Carrie, the country Aussie also now has a connection to the sport.
Keith recently visited Canada to promote his upcoming tour stops there and in addition teach Stanley Cup winner Andrew Shaw some guitar lessons.
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Just spent the whole day in Montreal - I felt SO much love, and can't wait to come back in August. Merci Beaucoup!!!!!!!! - KU pic.twitter.com/MLJ96GqvD4— Keith Urban (@KeithUrban) March 17, 2017
“Just spent the whole day in Montreal — I felt SO much love, and can’t wait to come back in August. Merci Beaucoup!!!!!!!!,” Urban wrote on Twitter last week.
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The guitar lessons came after Keith spent time on the ice with the former Chicago Blackhawk and now Montreal Canadiens forward, who offered Keith some hockey lessons.
Carrie, of course, is married to Nashville Predators captain Mike Fisher.
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