Carrie Underwood shows off her completely scar-free flawless face during a recent appearance
Carrie Underwood’s fans expected to see any significant changes on her face only to note she is the same person they knew before the accident. AmoMama follows up on Daily Mail’s report from an interview.
Carrie Underwood made her return to the stage with a performance of Cry Pretty, a new single, and fans expected to see a scar on her face as she had earlier led on. The 35-year-old star had an interview with Sirius XM the Highways' Storme Warren Show at Nashville Studios to promote her new album where she told the hosts the hype over her face looking different was 'not intentional.'
When photos from the interview and from Underwood’s debut stage performance this year hit the interwebs, fans wondered why the fuss over her face yet she didn’t to see any scars. She looked just as good as before, and fans agreed that makeup could not really hide any large scars. Underwood explained what happened the night when she sustained her injuries and said she intended to cause no hype over the accident. 'I just fell down. I was walking the dogs out to so do their thing after dinner and I was clumsy and I tripped and I held onto the dog leashes with my left hand and I went to catch myself with my right hand.’
As for letting her fans know she was injured;
'Back when I injured myself, you don't know how things will turn out. When you're in it, it's stitches and all that good stuff. We put a memo out to the fan club because I thought someone is going to catch me at the Kroger and they'll be like what's going on. Her note to her fans read: 'It’s crazy how a freak random accident can change your life. I'll spare you the gruesome details, but when I came out of surgery the night of my fall, the doctor told Mike that he had put between 40 and 50 stitches in.'
Underwood’s arm is now fully healed as is her face and she is hitting the studio to do her thing.
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