Carrie Underwood Finally Shares New Selfie After Scary Fall
By Danielle Fontana , Assistant Editor |
**Updated February 24, 2018
Carrie Underwood has yet to divulge the specifics surrounding her gruesome fall back in November (we do know it required more than 40 stitches on her face), but the singer is slowly getting back into her social-media groove. Yesterday, she posted a photo on Instagram with husband Mike Fisher in support of the End It Movement, which works to abolish modern-day slavery. Only half of Underwood's face is visible in the photo as they are each holding a large red X over their mouths for the Movement (fans have pointed out that hers is much larger and not on the back of her hand, likely to cover up more of her face), but that didn't stop Underwood's followers from pouring out support over the scars that may be present behind the X.
"You are beautiful no matter what," one comment reads. Another one lets the singer know that her fans will be with her every step of the way until she's ready to show her entire face, whenever that may be.
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**Originally published January 3, 2018
In a health update to her fans Sunday, country Star Carrie Underwood revealed that a nasty November fall landed her in surgery, ending up with 40 to 50 stitches on her face and a broken wrist. "It’s crazy how a freak random accident can
change your life," she writes. Underwood assures her fans that seven weeks after she
incident, she’s healing, but, “not quite looking the same.
However, a photo of Underwood with a fan on December 12 following a workout class is surfacing and she looks nothing short of stunning. The fan, Adrienne Gang, who was on the first season of Bravo’s “Below Deck,” was unaware about the singer's injuries and wrote, "Just worked out next to @carrieunderwood NBD... she is adorable and so gracious... LOVE HER!”
A day later in a a separate Tweet, Gang noted she “had no clue” Underwood had a recent fall, and said the singer “looked amazing."
In Underwood's latest selfie, her face is covered, but her caption makes no mention of any facial injuries.
“I honestly don’t know how things are going to end up but I do know this: I am grateful," she says in her fan update. "I am grateful that it wasn’t much, much worse. And I am grateful for the people in my life that have been there every step of the way.”
As she continues to heal, Underwood says she is hopeful. "I am determined to make 2018 amazing and I want to share things with you along the way," she adds. "And when I am ready to get in front of a camera, I want you all to understand why I might look a bit different."