Thursday, 23 May, 2019

Carrie Underwood Discusses 2017 Face Injury: 'It Just Wasn't Pretty'

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Adrian Cunningham | 11 May, 2018, 11:23

The "Cry Fairly" singer, 35, opened as much as As we speak present's Hoda Kotb in regards to the accident and her restoration in a wide-ranging interview that aired on Thursday.

"When I'm singing a song, it's like I'm in the music right there living in it", Underwood said. Underwood credits her team of makeup artists who she jokingly said are professionals when it comes to "spackle and paint and paste". She added that, "Everyday I feel a little more back to normal".

When Hoda asked for more details about the accident, Carrie said, "Plain and simple, it was just kind of a freak accident". "I simply fell. I simply tripped taking my canine out to do their enterprise". It could have happened to anybody.

She added that there was "one little step" she missed, which triggered the accident. Underwood wrote on Twitter, per The Hollywood Reporter, though she didn't reveal at the time that she had suffered an injury to her face.

"In the beginning, I feel like I didn't know how things were gonna end up", she told Kotb of her initial fears following her accident.

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In January, the American Idol victor came clean to fans about the 40-50 stitches that were put in her face two months earlier, and warned them that she might look a bit "different" when she returned to the spotlight.

The country singer explained that she was unsure about how her recovery process would go.

Fans were finally able to peep Underwood's "new face" during her 3-minute performance at the Academy of Country Music Awards on April 15. "I had to hold tears back because she is somebody that I've been looking up to since I was very, very young and, oh, my gosh, I'm going to meet her and get to talk to her". "I'm just Carrie again, '" she said. "It was, like, wow, you know, there was something different about that performance". She showed her fans her healed up face via Instagram late last month.

"[In the car] I know people can still see you and they've probably seen me at like a stoplight like, "What's that insane lady doing over there"?" she joked.