Kimberly Williams-Paisley Knows Hubby Wouldn’t Cheat

    November 23, 2013
    Kimberly Ripley
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Kimberly Williams-Paisley knows hubby Brad Paisley wouldn’t cheat on her, so when rumors of him cheating on her with Carrie Underwood recently ran wild, she simply laughed them off. The Nashville actress even had to be told about the rumors by an Us Weekly reporter.

“Am I in the National Enquirer?” she asked when Us brought up news of the rumor. “You’re breaking it to me! What did I do?”

Kimberly Williams-Paisley is absolutely certain that the only thing her husband and Carrie Underwood did together recently was perform an amazing monologue, mocking Obamacare, at the 2013 CMAs. She certainly can’t fault him for that–it’s part of his job. Plus, Carrie Underwood recently said in Redbook magazine that she trusts her husband, Mike Fisher, more than anyone she knows. Why would she jeopardize something as precious as that kind of contentment?

Brad and Kimberly Paisley-Williams’s marriage seems quite strong. They try to maintain as normal a family life as possible for themselves and their children, Huck, who is 6 and Jasper, who is 4.

“We have family Sundays together,” Williams-Paisley says. “We spend as much time as we can. We’re very down-to-earth people. We come from good families, and we appreciate family.”

This is pretty impressive for a family where both Mom and Dad are celebrities. Sometimes the average American family can’t manage to eat dinner together once a week.

Good for Kimberly Williams-Paisley for laughing off rumors about Brad Paisley cheating on her with Carrie Underwood–or with anyone, for that matter. Kimberly trusts in her husband the way Carrie Underwood trusts in hers. How nice that both of these country music couples are able to enjoy such strong and loving marriages.

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  • Debbie

    I didn’t think it was funny making fun
    of Obamacare.Some people like myself didn’t
    have insurance,now I do.Yes it took me about
    3 days to sign up but it was worth it.
    You don’t get rid of a program that will
    help so many people because of a computer
    malfunction.I’m sure Brad and Carrie don’t
    have to worry about healthcare,so they make fun it.Shame on them.

    • johnG

      Oh for God’s sake the ObamaCare skit was a joke.I swear i think some people get up in the morning and try to decide,what can i bitch about today,smh.

    • julie

      Oh for goodness sake, lighten up. Brad actually campaigned for Obama. They were making fun of the rollout of the program, not the program itself.
      And for the record, it isn’t a “computer malfunction” that is causing the delays, it’s much more systematic than that. Keep your fingers crossed that your confidential information isn’t shared or hacked.

    • kaseynsc

      Wow Debbie grouchy much? I do agree.I do think some people tries to find something that makes them mad or offends them,so they can boo hoo on here..Try laughing instead of getting mad.It’s more fun and less stressful.I thought it was funny but i call it OvomitCare lol

  • Alicia

    Puh-leeze EVERYTHING Obama does is laughable…im sooo glad i didnt vote for him…hes ruining America and he still cant take responsibility for his screw ups…instead lets blame Bush or Republicans…

  • Solari

    Seriously I’m all for healthcare what I am not for is the govt. telling me I have to get health care whether I can afford it or not or I will be fined..what happened to the word freedom does it not exist anymore..as for Kim not believing her hubby would cheat..duh men cheat so do women..double duh stupid straight women..women like her are the reason men are the way they are..

    • nonya

      I personally won’t get the healthcare, I prefer to pay the fine. I don’t like anyone telling what healthcare I can/cannot have. With this said, it is a personal choice whether or not to accept this farce of a law. It is illegal and unconstitutional. Now whether or not Brad and Carrie are having an affair, that is their business. It doesn’t affect you or I. It should be their business and theirs alone. NOT ONE OF US SHOULD BE GOSSIPING BECAUSE NO ONE IS PERFECT.