WATCH: Carrie Underwood delivers one of the best renditions of the national anthem we've heard at husband's hockey game
Carrie, who had to get 40 to 50 stitches on her face after a fall last November, was dressed in her husband Mike Fisher's jersey
Carrie Underwood might have had a massive accident which left her with stitches but she is not letting that stop her from displaying her impressive vocal skills. On Sunday (April 29), Carrie stepped out to support her husband, Mike Fisher, at his hockey game and impressed the audience as she sang the national anthem during the match.
“She’s a beloved music superstar but today she’s a proud hockey fan and a number one Preds fan. Please welcome Carrie Underwood,” the announcer said while introducing Carrie, as reported by People. The singer opted to wear a Nashville Predators shirt and the thing that made it special was that the jersey had the number of her husband on it. Just days before the performance, Carrie took to Instagram and shared the close up of her face in a video along with her husband.
The video showed Mike making some peculiar noises as he drove the car. Carrie captioned the clip: “Must we? So. Annoying”. Carrie had been away from the media for a long time after she suffered after she suffered a fall in front of her home.
The incident left her with a broken wrist and injury on her face which required 40 to 50 stitches in November. Ever since the surgery, the singer had taken to Instagram to share with her fans that they might have a hard time recognizing her.
Several reports claimed that Carrie was finding it hard to accept how her face had changed after the surgery. However, she wowed people when she appeared on 2018 Academy of Country Music Awards on Sunday, April 15. Carrie took to stage to sing her new song "Cry Pretty". She wore a sequinned black minidress and got a sustained standing ovation for her performance.
In a blog post, Carrie had told her fans that her new song “speaks to a lot of things that have happened in the past year and I hope when you hear it, you can relate those feelings to those times in your life. It’s emotional. It’s real. And it ROCKS!”