Carrie Underwood courageously shares her full-face picture months after terrible accident

Carrie Underwood bravely shares a full-face picture of herself following her tragic and terrible accident

                            Carrie Underwood courageously shares her full-face picture months after terrible accident

Thirty-five-year-old singer Carrie Underwood was not afraid to post her second full-face photograph after her horrific fall and subsequent injuries. She took to Instagram to share a picture of herself as she rehearsed for the upcoming Academy of Country Music Awards. 


Getting ready for the weekend…#CryPretty #ACMawards @CALIAbyCarrie

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In the photograph, viewers can see that her face is definitely healing well. She is dressed in a comfortable attire and is seen sitting and singing. This only proves that she is ready to get back into the spotlight after her break. She captioned the photograph, "Getting ready for the weekend…#CryPretty #ACMawards@CALIAbyCarrie."

Last week, Carrie posted a black and white photo of half of her face in which she was also seen at rehearsal. The American Idol winner posted a picture of her longingly gazing into a music studio. 

Carrie posted a letter to her fans on her website which read, "First off, physically, I’m doing pretty darn good these days! My wrist is almost back to normal, about 90% there…and the docs say that last 10% will come in time,' wrote Carrie. And my face has been healing pretty nicely as well. I definitely feel more like myself than I have in a while."

'The Champion' star has many events to rehearse for and is set to make her first live performance since her fall which happened outside her Nashville home last November. The terrible fall affected her face and wrist and she had to have around 40-50 stitches to fix it. Her accident forced her to lay low for a while and now, she is finally back. 

The singer recently released her new single which she titled 'Cry Pretty'. As reported by HollywoodLife, she shares that "when emotions take over and you just can’t hold them back."

Carrie is also nominated for two ACM Awards: Female Vocalist of the Year and Vocal Event of the Year for 'The Fighter' with Keith Urban.