Carrie Underwood is doing great following the face injury that left her with the need for over forty stitches. On the 10th of April, in addition to updating her fans on the release of her new single, “Cry Pretty,” Carrie shared how she’s feeling since her fall.
In her blog post, Underwood wrote, “I’m doing pretty darn good these days!” Her wrist is slowly getting better, around 90% back to normal, and her “face has been healing” well as well.
Underwood said, for the first time in a good long while, she’s starting to feel more like herself every day. As it was previously reported, Carrie fell down outside her house back in November of 2017.
Underwood smashed her face up good and had to have stitches in her face, with sources claiming that she didn’t look the same. The country singer stated at the time, “I’m still healing and not quite looking the same.”
During that same period, her husband, Mike Fisher, announced he would play in the NHL again for the Nashville Predators. Underwood wrote on her Instagram that she hopes her fans look forward to seeing her out in the crowd supporting her man.
Carrie has been very busy these days, with her husband coming out of retirement, her facial injury, and the release of her sixth studio album.
According to reports, “Cry Pretty” comes out on Wednesday, the 11th, and she’ll perform at the ACM Awards on the 15th of April.
About her new record, Underwood previously said she’s fortunate to have played a significant role in the writing and recording process in the past. But this time around, her part in the song-writing runs much more profound. She added, “it’s been incredibly rewarding to be involved in every aspect from start to finish.”