Carrie Underwood Fell While Taking Her Dogs Out

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I feel like it maybe, I don't want to say it ended up being a good thing, but when you write you have more to write about. "If I had fallen anywhere else I would have been perfectly fine, but it was one step that messed everything up".

Carrie Underwood spoke in detail about the scary fall that left her with 50 stitches in her face and a broken wrist as the singer's scar is visible for the first time. "I didn't let go of the leashes".

Watch her iHeartRadio interview above. Of the facial injuries, Underwood told iHeartMedia's "The Bobby Bones Show" on Thursday, "I was taking the dogs out. and I just tripped".

The "Cry Pretty" singer shares a story that is both innocent and frightening.

Underwood has been open about her self-consciousness with her appearance, telling fans in January that she was still "not quite looking the same" after she fell down the stairs in front of her home.

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After months of hiding her face, Underwood finally had a "big reveal" while performing at the ACM Awards on Sunday.

Billboard ranked the "vocal dynamo" performance as the best of the night, touting "this is how you do an award show performance", while Rolling Stone noted Underwood "channeled her inner country-soul diva" during the "knockout rendition".

There's a scar that she covers in makeup - cement and spackling paste, she jokes - but she's also been "very fortunate in the healing process". Right now, CMA Fest and WE Fest are the only dates on her 2018 live performance schedule. "I don't know if I'll ever be done talking about it, because it was an event in my life".

"I was anxious he'd be scared of me", she confessed. To her, that's just a "natural evolution" as a musician. I didn't know what it was gonna heal like.

Underwood, who is a seven-time Grammy Award victor, gives fans an intimate look inside her recording and co-producing process for "Cry Pretty" in this exclusive album trailer.

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