"It just wasn't pretty", Carrie said about the worry of how she'd look. It also does not help that she's having issues with some of her neighbors. "I use it, honestly, as a teachable moment", she laughed.
Either way, Underwood still looks gorgeous.
This coming Sunday on American Idol will be all about the Season 4 victor, but last week was all about Prince, and Barrett chose to sing "How Come You Don't Call Me Anymore", which judge Luke Bryan described as a "mic-drop moment", and had Lionel Richie saying, "That was what you call, my dear, ownership".
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'I just fell. I just tripped taking my dogs out to do their business.
The 35-year-old singer opened up to Today show's Hoda Kotb about the accident and her recovery in a lengthy interview that aired on Thursday. But I went to catch myself and I just missed a step. "It just wasn't pretty", Underwood reveals, explaining why she shared cryptic messages on her social media. But after inching back into the spotlight with a new single and a performance at the April 15 Academy of Country Music Awards, the singer has proved that she still looks like her dazzling self.
She added that there was "one little step" she missed, which triggered the accident.
Underwood then revealed that after an emotional few months, she often lets her tears flow by crying when she's alone in her auto.
Underwood's forthcoming album, Cry Pretty, will arrive later this fall. She also noted that her "wrist is nearly back to normal, about [90 percent] there. and my face has been healing pretty nicely as well". The experience made her an emotional wreck.