Why Carrie Underwood’s Recent Facial Surgery Is Causing So Much Controversy

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Carrie Underwood made her first public appearance last night at the Academy of Country Music Awards since her accident last year. Back in November, the country singer fell on her steps at home, which left her with a broken wrist and face injuries that required 40-50 stitches.

For months, the country singer has been updating fans on her health and slow recovery. "When I am ready to get in front of a camera, I want you all to understand why I might look a bit different," she wrote on her site. Throughout, she’s kept herself pretty much out of public view except for an Instagram she shared last week that showed half of her face. 

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So when she stepped out Sunday night for the awards show with her face looking pretty much exactly the same, some fans were not happy.

"It literally makes me sick that Carrie Underwood made such a big deal about her face needing stitches," one Twitter user wrote. "Maybe she should come visit my work where people face actual traumatic injuries that are life altering. #perspective."

This idea was shared among many other twitter users as well.

Even after facing the backlash, the country star went on to give an emotional performance of her newest song Cry Pretty, which was followed by a standing ovation.

Underwood has not yet publicly commented on the criticism.

3 Comments
  • Demi
    Posted on

    Any accident to the face is trauma. She knows her face like no one else. Cruel to give her a hard time. Imagine getting 30 to 40 stitches on your face. It's a good thing we don't notice a difference. I'm sure people would say something then too. Praise to her Aesthetic doctor.

  • Gigi
    Posted on

    I wonder if she actually had some type of cosmetic surgery and was just preparing people that she might look "different" from an accident. The way nose jobs always used to be (and still are) because of deviated septum haha. She doesn't look any different.

  • Anonymous
    Posted on

    Feel kinda sorry for Carrie after reading this? Everyone handles things differently. No need to bring such hate into it. The world is full of enough hate, I'm sure she didn't intend to cause such negative reactions or hurt anyone by it.. As the old saying goes "If you don't have anything nice to say, don't say anything at all."

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