Underwood had hinted of a return to the stage when she posted a black and white photo showing her sitting in a recording studio April 4. The American Idol victor shared the first close-up selfie of her face after her facial injury back in November a year ago, reports Entertainment Tonight.
While the accident was understandably "traumatic" for Underwood, an Entertainment Tonight source recently revealed that she feels more than ready for her musical comeback this weekend. The 35-year-old country singer appeared to have a lineup beneath her brow.
The country singer shared the photo hours after posting another distant photo of herself at rehearsal. She also called it a silver liner to this autumn outside her Nashville house in November that compelled her to get nearly fifty stitches.
Underwood also said that her face is healing nicely, and she feels more like herself than she has before, presumably since November a year ago when she fell down a flight of stairs.
The said, "I've checked on her through Mike just saying, man, I mean, I know they've had a tough year with all that". A number of followers commented on the photograph and speculated it was a scar from her disastrous fall. My wrist is virtually straight back to ordinary there...and also also the docs say that last 10% will probably arrive punctually. "And my face has been therapeutic fairly properly as effectively", Underwood wrote.
"Occasionally I think in order to make us decelerate things happen". "I am grateful that it wasn't much, much, worse".
The other photos of the Carrie Underwood's face were from a distance or a side profile. The Female Vocalist of the Year award nominees are Kelsea Ballerini, Miranda Lambert, Reba McEntire, Maren Morris and Carrie Underwood. Male Vocalist of the Year nominees include Jason Aldean, Thomas Rhett, Chris Stapleton, Chris Young and Keith Urban.
Underwood is expected on Sunday night to perform her song "Cry Pretty", the single released last week off her upcoming album.
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