Carrie Underwood has a huge present for fans when she returns to the stage after her accident
The singer has been out of the spotlight since her terrible accident.
As reported in an article published by People, country superstar Carrie Underwood will be returning to the stage for the first time after her accident at the Academy of Country Music Awards on April 15 in Las Vegas.
The 35-year-old will be releasing her new single at the event and teased the song on social media on Sunday. She revealed that she would be performing the song along with her band members.
The Just a Dream singer shared a picture of herself and her band members rehearsing the song and shared that the song will be played on the show that starts broadcasting on Wednesday from 6 a.m. EST.
The Academy of Country Music Awards will mark the star's first appearance in public after she fell from a flight of stairs outside her residence on November 10.
The accident was a brutal one and caused many injuries to Underwood. She broke her wrist and damaged her face that required around 40 to 50 stitches.
Underwood shared the image of her full face on social media since her recovery from the terrible accident. She documented her rehearsal sessions and said that she missed practicing with her band members.
Besides performing, the ACMs will be an important night for Underwood. She has been nominated for two honors, female vocalist of the year and vocal event of the year.
The vocal event of the year is a nomination for the Underwood's duet with Keith Urban on The Fighter.
She also shared a black and white photo of herself that emphasized on her face suggesting that she was ready for the limelight again. Underwood had been refraining from posting selfies since her fall in November.
She noted in January how a freak accident could change one's life but was determined and excited to make a comeback in 2018.