Music icon Carrie Underwood’s return to the stage in 2018 to get her life back following her scary accident has been nothing short of triumphant. First, the emotional singer received a standing ovation from her famous peers after debuting her single "Cry Pretty" at the Academy of Country Music Awards in April. When she sang the moving ballad about overcoming obstacles at the CMT Music Awards on June 6, the crowd took to its feet once more.
Just seven months ago, Carrie didn’t know if she’d ever sing again. In November, the country star tripped and fell on a step at her Nashville home, breaking her wrist, chipping her tooth, and injuring her face so badly that she needed more than 40 stitches. Weeks later, she confessed in a letter to fans that she was “not quite looking the same" and felt uncertain about "how it’s all going to end up." Overcome by insecurity, the 35-year-old largely stayed out of sight — for five long months.
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But now Carrie’s done hiding. "Carrie’s finally moved on," an insider tells Life & Style. "She’s over talking about the accident in interviews and wants to let her music do the talking from now on. Friends have noticed Carrie is singing better, stronger and with more heartfelt conviction than ever before. She realizes her accident could have been far more catastrophic, leaving her unable to walk, sing, or worse. So she thanks God she’s got her life back."
Carrie credits her doctors and makeup team for helping her feel physically normal again. "She...
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