Carrie Underwood has been hiding for the past couple of months. She had to deal with her slow recovery following the brutal fall outside of her home back in November.
Carrie sang The Champion this Sunday for this year’s Super Bowl on video. Her song is the anthem for the Super Bowl and the Olympics as well.
So, she made an appearance in a fantastic video. We can see her proudly wearing a sparkling silver dress and putting her face on display.
We can’t tell for sure whether this was filmed before or after her fall from last year.
.@carrieunderwood kicks us off on the biggest Sunday Night of them all.
— Super Bowl on NBC (@SNFonNBC) February 4, 2018
But, on the other hand, considering that this song is a new one many of her fans have been wondering if this was recorded after she got the stitches.
There are also lots of fans who are insisting that the video was filmed before she fell.
We learned about Carrie’s fall on November 12 when she had to pull out of a performance at a benefit concert that was taking place in Nashville.
We found out that she fell and broke her wrist and she had to be treated at the local hospital.
It turned out that her injuries were pretty severe and her face was also affected by the accident.
‘I somehow managed to injure my face as well,’ Carrie stated.
‘I’ll spare you the gruesome details, but when I came out of surgery the night of my fall, the doctor told Mike [Fisher] that he had to put between 40 and 50 stitches in.’
Wendy Williams claimed in one of her shows that Carrie used her fall as an excuse to get a facelift. This got the singer extremely upset.