“We’re in a good place.”Underwood said the Internet virality of their relationship was blown a bit out of proportion, and also caused some strain.

But then again, it’s not like Underwood was just sitting around at home waiting for the phone to ring.

She was in the midst of her own whirlwind of fame, touring around the world and cranking out hit after hit.

The professional football player even drove 90 minutes both ways to make it to their second and third dates together, Raisman told People. Here's hoping the young lovers stay together and stay happy.

Carrie Underwood isn't wasting any time on her ex, Tony Romo.

The country crooner recently told Esquire magazine that her hit song, "Cowboy Casanova," was definitely not about the NFL quarterback. I would never immortalize a guy that did me wrong," Underwood told the men's magazine.

"I would never give him that much credit."Underwood, who won the fourth season of "American Idol," briefly dated the Dallas Cowboys teammate in 2007. "I don't know if it's that I'm not quite his type or whatever, but I don't think he's at the point in his life where he would be willing to sacrifice football."He hated so much that people thought that he was paying more attention to me and that was causing him to not do well." The country singer, who is known for hits like "Before He Cheats," also revealed that life off stage is lonely.

Underwood had asked out the Olympian in a video he shared on Twitter in August.

Raisman found it sweet and thanked the football player for the video.

it just ended up working perfectly." Raisman told the magazine that Underwood drove 90 minutes back and forth in order to meet up with her for their second and third dates.