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Alison Schwartz
June 06, 2012 09:15 PM

Like any proud husband, hockey player Mike Fisher was by wife Carrie Underwood‘s side at Wednesday night’s CMT Music Awards.

But the five-time nominee’s clearly not the only country crooner to whom Fisher was showing some support.

As Underwood, 29, accepted her first win of the night with Brad Paisley for their sultry single “Remind Me” (in the collaborative video of the year category), her duet partner seemed to have a new No. 1 fan.

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“Did you see my husband hug him first?” she asked the audience of Nashville’s finest gathered at the Bridgestone Arena after Fisher and Paisley’s bromantic embrace.

But no need to get jealous, Carrie.

“To my wife [Kimberly Williams] at home,” adds Paisley, 39, “there’s nothing going on with me and Mike.”

But there was no fooling around when the night ended on a perfect note for Underwood, winning video of the year for “Good Girl.”

She looked at Fisher and said she loved him.

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