Carrie Underwood's massive comeback is just around the corner. The singer has been recovering from her enormous fall outside her house in November 2017.
The Official Health Update
On Tuesday, April 10, Underwood posted a message to her official fan club. She told her fans, known as the Care Bears, that she is doing physically well. Underwood stated that her wrist is 90-percent healed and that her doctors reassured her that the rest would heal up in time.
She added that her face has been improving to her satisfaction. Underwood said that her recuperation time away from the spotlight allowed her to spend more time with her husband, Nashville Predators hockey player Mike Fisher, and their son, Isaiah.
A New Song
Underwood has announced that she is set to release an all-new song, "Cry Pretty." The American Idol champion stated that the song encompasses all the emotions that she experienced as she went through the accident. "Cry Pretty," which was written by Hillary Lindsey, Liz Rose, and Lori McKenna, is expected to drop on Wednesday, April 11, at 6 a.m. EST.
Returning To The Spotlight
Underwood mentioned in a letter that she is returning to the Academy of Country Music Awards on Sunday, April 15. She is expected to debut "Cry Pretty" at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.
The "Two Black Cadillacs" singer has been documenting her return to the spotlight through Instagram. On Friday, April 6, Underwood shared with her 7 million Instagram fans that she has reunited with her band. The photo was the first time fans saw her entire face at a distance since the accident. Many fans wondered what they were rehearsing for, and numerous media outlets such as The Hollywood Reporter believed she would be performing in several upcoming live shows.
The Half-Face Photo
Underwood began her social media comeback on April 4 when she revealed half of her face in a viral black and white Instagram post. The post showcased the "Inside Your Heaven" singer staring intensively at an object inside a recording studio. Underwood wore a ripped hooded sweatshirt and had her hair in a bun.
A post shared by Carrie Underwood (@carrieunderwood) on Apr 4, 2018 at 8:01am PDT
Overcoming The Nightmares
During Underwood's healing process, an insider close to the singer stated that Underwood lost sleep over her physical appearance. There was also a time that she was scared of returning to the public eye. However, the Underwood insider stated that the singer planned to use the secrecy to her advantage.