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Eating with Carrie Underwood costs big bucks

Friday, November 26, 2010 – Eating with Carrie Underwood is going to be very expensive, but, hey, you also get the chance to dine with her husband, Ottawa Senators hockey player Mike Fisher, and the money goes to charity.

A charity dinner held Tuesday at an Ottawa, Canada area restaurant, Fratelli, raised $82,450 with the dinner for eight with Fisher-Underwood going for $48,000. Actually, two people bid $24,000, so both came out winners.

A group of businessmen and a joined to buy one of the Fratelli dinners with Fisher and Underwood. The other winning bidders were Senators fans and philanthropists Dan Greenberg and his wife, Barbara Crook. "I'm so happy that Mike and Carrie found each other and I'm looking forward to welcoming Carrie to Ottawa," Crook told the Ottawa Citizen.

The event was done to back Roger's House pediatric palliative care facility and the Candlelighters Childhood Cancer Support Programs.


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