After suffering from that horrible accident, she's now willing to appear again, as her fans are already expecting a big comeback.
According to Pop Culture, American singer Carrie Underwood is returning to the stage after a traumatic fall in November.
The accident, which left her with a broken wrist, and between 40 and 50 stitches in her face, was pretty scary, but she's now better and pretends to get back to business.
The same outlet explained that Underwood will be returning to the stage at a massive event, Nashville's CMA Fest, which runs between June 7 and 10.
This would be the first time the singer appears on stage after taking a break from the spotlight since that horrible accident.
The fall, which occurred just days after she hosted the 2017 CMA Awards with Brad Paisley on November 8, 2018, was a big hit for her
Underwood is also scheduled to perform at WE Fest in Minnesota in August. Her team said she would still be appearing at the WE Fest after she was forced to schedule several events due to her fall in late 2017.
Underwood confirmed that she fell on a few hard steps outside of her home, causing significant injury, on New Year's Eve last year.
In a blog post she shared, she told fans that her injuries were quite 'gruesome,' also claiming that she may not look the same when she finally makes the comeback.
'When I am ready to get in front of a camera, I want you all to understand why I might look a bit different. I’m hoping that, by then, the differences are minimal, but, again, I just don’t know how it’s all going to end up,' she explained.
Not being photographed at public events and only sharing obscured photos of her face on social media, the American Idol winner is definitely keeping a low profile since the incident