Carrie Underwood talks about 'freak accident' on 'Today' show


"It just wasn't pretty".

The 35-year-old country star spoke out on Thursday's episode of Today after breaking her wrist and injuring her face in a "freak accident" in November. But the song, which says, "You can pretty lie and say it's okay / You can pretty smile and just walk away / Pretty much fake your way through anything / But you can't cry pretty", has resonated with listeners all over the country, regardless of their circumstances. "Every day I feel a little bit more back to normal".

'I just fell. I just tripped taking my dogs out to do their business.

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

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Carrie quickly followed this up with the first face forward photo a day before her wonderful ACM Awards performance of her new single "Cry Pretty", telling Hoda it's thanks to her team that no one really notices her scar. News. "I never realized how much it translates until after the ACM Awards".

"There was something different about that performance", she explained. "People are telling me places that they cry". I chipped my tooth nevertheless it was simply my pores and skin, thank the Lord.

As it was the singer's first on-camera sit down since the accident, the incident was a main topic conversation for "Today" show host Hoda Kotb.

She later told fans about the full extent of her injuries in a blog post on her Fan Club website.

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"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.

There she wrote: 'I'm still healing and not quite looking the same.

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

In January, the American Idol victor came clean to fans about the 40-50 stitches that were put in her face two months earlier, and warned them that she might look a bit "different" when she returned to the spotlight.

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