Published: Fri, April 06, 2018
Culture&Arts | By Merle Christensen

Carrie Underwood shows face five months after gruesome injury

Carrie Underwood shows face five months after gruesome injury

The "Jesus, Take the Wheel" songstress shared a photo from the studio on Wednesday, signifying that she's hard at work on some new tunes.

Since then, Underwood has been keeping her face under wraps, mostly hiding the area below her nose.

Underwood first addressed her injury, which happened outside her own home, on January 1, and said she was still recovering from the accident (she apologized to fans for a potentially altered appearance).

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.

This sent Underwood fans into a frenzy, many wondering how the country singer's face looked following the accident.

Underwood, 34, previously said that she had broken her wrist after falling outside of her home, and on Sunday she revealed that the incident also caused severe cuts to her face.

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The singer has previously warned fans that she is "not quite looking the same" after the bad accident, but she has now taken the first step to showing her face as it currently looks.

Carrie Underwood found herself searching for the poop emoji after the Nashville Predators vs. Florida Panthers game on Tuesday, April 3. Her tweet (below) got quite a bit of attention from social media users.

After taking a nasty tumble in her home previous year, Carrie Underwood warned fans that she might look a little different from there on out. "@NHL, fix this", the 35-year-old added, before reposting angry tweets from other Twitter users protesting against the National Hockey League's decision.

In the letter to her fans after the fall, the singer added: 'I honestly don't know how things are going to end up but I do know this: I am grateful.

Underwood was one of a number of fans who turned to Twitter to express displeasure with the call, which kept the Predators from nailing down the Central Division or Western Conference.

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