But she re-emerged in public on Sunday (April 15) when she performed her new single, "Cry Pretty", at the ACM Awards, and now that she's been out making the media rounds, she's apparently chose to resume her normal postings online, too.
Another added, "I know what happend bit who cares because your still attractive to me and always will. don't let anyone tell you otherwise". For weeks, Underwood had been leaving a trail of cryptic Instagram photos of her partially covered face, and managed to work people into a frenzy about what she might look like.
After the incident, Underwood remained out of the spotlight, fearful that she might "look a bit different" from the injuries she sustained during the fall.
'I just fell down. "I was taking the dogs out. and I tripped, there was one step".
On Thursday, Underwood gave an interview where she talked about the fall and how she was anxious her son wouldnt recognize her. There was one step and I didn't let go of the leashes. If I had fallen anywhere else, I would have been perfectly fine. The singer took a long hiatus to recover from a fall that caused her to suffer a broken wrist and multiple facial injuries, which required surgery and more than 40 stitches.
While most fans think that Carrie still looks the same, she was initially anxious her son would be scared of her scars after getting 40 stitches in her face.
She also opened up about the secrecy ahead of her ACM Awards performance and release of her newest single, which is slated to appear on an album of the same name. "I was lucky that when it happened, everything was kind of shutting down in the music world and we had the holidays and stuff like that".
"I was at a point where I didn't know how things were going to end up". "I didn't know what was going to go on".
"I was nervous about music, first and foremost", Underwood said.