Carrie Underwood Shares First Instagram Selfie Since 'Gruesome' Accident
A few months after a "gruesome" accident, singer Carrie Underwood is sharing a photo that showed her face, well, at least half of it.
Fans of the American Idol singer took delight when Underwood posted a selfie on her Instagram account. The image showed her and husband, Mike Fisher, sporting a red "X." The 34-year-old held the board with a cross mark in front of her face, covering her mouth.
"Together, we're in it to end it! Help us shine a light on modern day slavery. @enditmovement #enditmovement," Underwood wrote.
Many fans showed encouragement for the singer, and praised her for her bravery, calling her "beautiful" and "gorgeous."
Social Media Rest
This came as a shocker since Underwood seemed to have taken a hiatus from posting selfies in her social media accounts since her horrific accident last year. However, this was not the first time that she had posted on social media after her fall.
After her wrist surgery, she updated her fans who had been worried about her and informed them that she had been doing great. Underwood also expressed her support over medical practitioners who had helped her during the time.
On December, she posted a selfie with a scarf covering half of her face. It can be remembered that Underwood took a hard fall in her home in Nashville, Tennessee, which required 40 to 50 stitches on her face and a broken wrist.
Meanwhile, the most recent selfie of Underwood might mean that she was not ready to show her face to the world. Earlier this year, she admitted to her fans that she was "not quite looking the same."
Underwood added that she was thankful more than anything as what she suffered was not the worst.
She had also uploaded two photos which showed her working out with her son. However, she was shying away from the camera, turning her face away.
It can be remembered that Underwood had announced that she would be showing her face to the public once she is ready, so basically, fans will have to wait till then.
"Ignore the media! Hold tight to each other," the hockey player replied to the commenter.
Straight from the horse's mouth, clearly they have never been better. Underwood and Fisher have a son, Isaiah, who will turn 3 this Feb. 27.