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Carrie Underwood shows full face in first TV interview after horrific injury

Carrie Underwood shows full face in first TV interview after horrific injury

"I simply fell. I simply tripped taking my canine out to do their enterprise".

"When you are singing something straight from your heart, its easy to just be in the moment and be connected to it", Underwood tells Kotb.

"I say if I'd fallen anywhere else, it wouldn't have been a problem".

Sharing more details, Carrie tells Hoda that when she fell outside her Nashville home on November 10, 2017, she was alone, aside from her three-year-old son, Isaiah.

"I used to be taking the canine out to go pee one final time, and I simply - I tripped", she stated throughout an interview with iHeartRadio's The Bobby Bones Present.

"Plain and simple, it was just kind of a freak accident", the Cry Pretty singer told Kotb.

And while Hoda (and fans) have pointed out that Carrie looks just the same as she did before the injury, Carrie emphasized that she had no idea what she'd look like after the accident.

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Underwood has since made her triumphant return to the stage, performing her emotional new single "Cry Pretty" at the 2018 ACM Awards on April 16.

"I have a dedicated team of professionals who can speckle and paint and paste", Underwood joked. "I definitely feel more like myself than I have in a while". Watch more with the pair below.

Then in January, seven weeks after the accident, the nation star revealed that along with having surgical procedure on her wrist, she required "40 and 50 stitches" to her face, in an announcement to her fan membership members. "It just wasn't pretty", she said. News. "I never realized how much it translates until after the ACM Awards".

The "Cry Pretty" singer, who is married to National Hockey League player Mike Fisher, said she was alone during the incident.

Just six months after her traumatizing fall, Carrie Underwood continues to rise above the fear and brave the feeling of nervousness in her comeback.

Kotb agreed with fans, telling Underwood, "I'm looking at you, and I feel like you look the same".

"I feel like people relate to it because it's like, 'Oh man, sometimes you just do have to let it out, '" explains Underwood. I chipped my tooth but it was just my skin, thank the Lord. Early on, she warned her followers that her face may look slightly different after the healing process.