Carrie Underwood’s Emotional 1st Performance Since Injuring Her Face Will Bring You To Tears
The country singer has kept a low profile since her November accident.
Carrie Underwood is back!
The country superstar returned to the stage on Sunday, April 15, at the 53rd Academy of Country Music Awards for her first performance since suffering an injury to her face last November
The American Idol winner — who wore tear-shaped glitter makeup under her eyes — brought the audience to its feet after she performed her emotional new single “Cry Pretty.”
To see a clip of her performance, click the video above.
As OK! readers know, Carrie broke her wrist and injured her face after she fell on her front porch at her home in Nashville last November.
The fall resulted in the 35-year-old singer receiving 40-50 stitches to her face.
In a letter to her fan club in January, Carrie explained, “When I am ready to get in front of a camera, I want you all to understand why I might look a bit different.”
Following the accident, Carrie kept a low profile, only showing partial images of her face on social media.
However, for the past month, as Carrie prepared to make her return to the spotlight at the ACM Awards, the singer began showing more of her face in pics shared to her social media accounts.
What did you think of Carrie’s comeback performance? Sound off in the comments!