Carrie Underwood Shows Face (Again) Five Months After Nasty 2017 Injury

Rosalie Gross
April 6, 2018

The 35-year-old detailed the accident in a note that read, "In addition to breaking my wrist, I somehow managed to injure my face as well".

But with a new year underway, Underwood is optimistic for what her future holds.

We do know Underwood's face is mostly hidden behind the microphone in the music video for "The Champion" which was released in March 2018.

Underwood revealed to fans earlier this year that she fell outside of her home in November. Fans were quick to point out that Underwood didn't look much different in that photo, which was taken just a couple of weeks after her fall.

Fans were glad to see the crooner back at the studio, and also noted that her face doesn't seem to have changed.

'It's insane how a freak random accident can change your life, ' the seven-time Grammy victor wrote to her official fan club in a letter obtained by People.

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After the fall, Underwood was confronted with what could be of the most traumatic events to strike an entertainer whose personal appearance is part of her brand.

Carrie Underwood attends the 51st annual CMA Awards on November 8, 2017 in Nashville, Tennessee, before her "gruesome" injury.

The country singer on Wednesday posted an uncaptioned photo of herself in the studio, showing half her face. Since then, she has not shared a photo of her full face on social media.

The 35-year-old country singer, a seven-time Grammy victor, has her hair in a topknot in the revealing photo.

Almost five months after suffering a fall at her home in Nashville, Tennessee, that required her to undergo surgery for a broken wrist and get 40 to 50 stitches on her face, the "Champion" singer is starting to share more selfies on social media.

"I honestly don't know how things are going to end up but I do know this: I am grateful", she wrote. Her husband, unretired hockey star Mike Fisher, made it clear that things are great for the parents of Isaiah, 3.

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