Carrie Underwood Posts First Close-Up Selfie Since Her Accident

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Just because the ceremony is not going to tackle sexual harassment or women's equality, that doesn't mean it isn't going to address other issues, such as the shooting in Las Vegas past year, where a gunman opened fire on a group of concertgoers at the Route 91 Harvest music festival, killing 58 people.

The 53rd ACM Awards will air live from MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas from 7 to 10 p.m. Sunday on the CBS Television Network.

Fans were elated at the news that McEntire would return to the ACM Awards stage. The performance will be Underwood's comeback as it will be her first public appearance after the scary fall which led her to a major injury to her lovely face and her wrist back in 2017. She known as it a silver lining to the autumn outdoors her Nashville house in November that brought on her to obtain nearly 50 stitches. If she wins, it will be her ninth consecutive win in this category; she is the current record holder for most consecutive wins in the Female Vocalist of the Year category.

Carrie shared with the very 1st semi-full image of her head since her accident on networking. "I was so concerned". When Alaina found out she had won during rehearsals, she told The Tennessean that, "My heart did this thing that it's never done before, and I couldn't breathe, and I couldn't speak and I was crying".

Reba then added that although she hadn't spoken to Carrie since her accident, she told the site that she was definitely "excited" to see her at the ACM Awards on April 15 and would be giving her a big hug.

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Carried Underwood has shared one other photograph of her face forward of her extremely anticipated efficiency on the American Nation Music Awards. The iconic singer and actress retired from the show in 2012, allowing her co-host Blake Shelton to take over alongside Luke Bryan.

"Getting ready for the weekend...#CryPretty #ACMawards".

After months of staying under the radar following a November fall that landed her in the hospital with a broken wrist and injuries to her face that required 40 stitches, the singer preparing to perform at Sunday's Country Music Awards. Chris Young is also awaiting his first ACM victory after 11 nominations; he's up for Male Vocalist of the Year at this year's event.

It would be her first public appearance since the incident.