Carrie Underwood shares photo of her face months after getting 40 stitches

Tonya Becker
April 6, 2018

The 35-year-old singer, who has never been seen in public since the nasty fall, is back at work in the recording studio as seen in the picture. "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", she wrote. In the fall, she said she sustained a broken wrist as well as injuries to her face that required 40 to 50 stitches.

Fans also shared thrill that Underwood, whose last album Storyteller dropped in 2015, might finally be closing in on a release date for her sixth album. She also injured her face and needed 40 to 50 stitches.

After the fall, Underwood was confronted with what could be of the most traumatic events to strike an entertainer whose personal appearance is part of her brand.


This is the first photo she has shared on social media in which she wasn't masking her face in some way or another, which leads us to think that she's feeling better about the recovery process.

According to Entertainment Tonight, a number of fans shared supportive messages in the comments section of the pic, including, "Simply attractive", "Such a pretty woman", and "What stitches!" Instead, the photos she did post on Instagram only showed portions of her face.

Last night, Carrie Underwood was minding her own business, attending a Nashville Predators game, as she so often does.


The 35-year-old country singer, a seven-time Grammy victor, has her hair in a topknot in the revealing photo. The 37-year-old athlete tweeted his wife of almost eight years saying, "If there's one thing I've learned it's you're always right".

The Nashville Predators have clinched their Stanley Cup Playoffs spot for 2018 and could win the NHL Central Division.

After Underwood's husband and former captain of the Preds, Mike Fisher, surprised everyone by coming out of retirement in January, the singer jumped right back into being a devoted fan to the hockey team.


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