Carrie Underwood Admits Her Face Injury 'Wasn't Pretty' After Fall


Underwood was hailed for her performance of "Cry Pretty" during the show, which Hoda noted was more powerful than she was expecting. "I'll enjoy seeing them make a little history!" She had warned fans that she "might look a bit different", but her appearance wasn't noticeably changed.

In a segment that aired on NBC's " Today" show on Thursday, Underwood sat down for an interview with Hoda Kotb. "They've been having a lot of issues with neighbors letting people in the community to look around", the source said, adding that both Underwood and Fisher are not happy with the security issues in their present neighborhood.

Although Underwood went darkish on social media for a short time frame throughout restoration, in December 2017, Under Deck alum Adrienne Gang posted an image along with her, marking the primary time followers had seen Underwood post-fall. She will serve as a guest mentor on Sunday's American Idol.

In her first radio interview after her fall, Carrie Underwood said she anticipated talking about her comeback after the freak accident for the foreseeable future. "It just wasn't pretty".

During their interview, Kotb remarked that Underwood looked exactly the same as she did before her injury, to which the "Before He Cheats" singer replied humbly, with a smile, "I have a dedicated team of professionals who can spackle and paint and paste". "I just tripped taking my dogs out to do their business, so it could've happened to anybody".

The 35-year-old recording artist has since bounced back from the accident.

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Underwood then revealed that after an emotional few months, she often lets her tears flow by crying when she's alone in her auto.

However, Underwood did share that the fall happened because she missed one of the steps outside her home.

Underwood performed her latest single, Cry Pretty, at last month's Academy of Country Music Awards.

Cry Pretty will be out on September 14. "But it surely was one step that messed all the things up", she added.

The singer made an emotional return after being recluse for months in April.