Carrie Underwood shies from showing her scars to her fans

It's been two months since Carrie Underwood fell outside her home in Nashville and disappeared from social media.

According to reports, Carrie broke the wrist on her right hand and injured the left side of her face.

The country music singer uploaded a heartwrenching post on Instagram on New Year detailing how she  needed 50-60 stitches for her injuries, and many were of the opinion that she doesn't look the same anymore.

Nonetheless, fans of the Remind Me singer have been encouraging her to show the injured part of her face even though the singer has shied away from doing that.

In the months after her fall, she's posted pictures in which people have only gotten a glimpse of her face. And according to sources, Carrie will continue to post such pictures until she is fully ready.

Singer Carrie Underwood attends the 2016 CMT Music awards at the Bridgestone Arena on June 8, 2016 in Nashville, Tennessee. (Photo by Rick Diamond/Getty Images for CMT)

A source said the singer is going to take a few more months before she goes public, and that could be in the summer of 2018 when the CMAs are held.

"She has to start filming her NFL pre-game spots around then, and she is looking to be 100% by then because she would also like to host the CMA Awards later this year," the source added, according to Hollywood Life.

Carrie still isn't in the right headspace to share the aftermath of her bad fall but she is taking this time to work on her new music. The Something in the Water singer is hoping to release an album in early 2019 and there are no details yet about whether or not her songs will ring with her personal tragedy. 

"She’s basically weighing her options right now and looking forward to literally facing her fears and let everyone see her face fully healed. She is really doing everything to get better before any big reveals or shows will happen," the source added.

Although fans haven't seen both sides of Carrie's face since her fall, they did get a sneak peek when reality TV star Adrienne Gang posted a picture of them on Twitter in early January 2018. Fans quickly pointed out a scar on the left side of her face but noted that she still looked as beautiful.

Carrie Underwood playing with her son (Instagram)

Nevertheless, that was the first and only picture to surface of the singer after her facial surgery. A few days ago, Carrie uploaded pictures of her working out with her husband and son but she turned to her left in the photo, hiding her face yet again. 

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