Entertainment Carrie Underwood shows full face for first time since accident

09:36  07 april  2018
09:36  07 april  2018 Source:   nydailynews.com

Watch Carrie Fisher slap Oscar Isaac (over and over) in Star Wars: The Last Jedi

  Watch Carrie Fisher slap Oscar Isaac (over and over) in Star Wars: The Last Jedi Oscar Isaac once told Stephen Colbert about a scene in Star Wars: The Last Jedi that required the late Carrie Fisher to slap him a good “27 takes” in a row. At the time, we were like, photos or it didn’t happen. Well, now we have something better than photos. “I remember the first day of shooting was a scene with Carrie,” Isaac recalled to Colbert of this moment. “I’m still… often times that first day, the filmmaker’s, everybody’s trying to get the tone and figure it out and I remember it was a scene where I come up and talk to her and she’s very upset with me and slaps me, and [director] Rian [Johnson] kept doing it over and over … It ended up being like 27 takes of Carrie just leaning in and every time she’d hit like a different spot on my face.” Other joyous gems to behold in the blooper reel are John Boyega’s dance break with Kelly Marie Tran, BB-8 meeting baby BB-8, and more of Isaac flubbing his lines and sneaking up behind Boyega during a touching moment. Foe (Finn/Poe) forever! Star Wars: The Last Jedi is now available on Digital, DVD, and Blu-ray.

— Carrie Underwood (@ carrieunderwood ) April 6, 2018. On Friday, Underwood posted a pic of her full face while rehearsing with her band. Earlier this week, Underwood shared a profile photo of herself while spending time in the studio.

Two days after sharing the first photo of half her face since her November accident , Carrie Underwood revealed the first photo of her entire countenance in a new photo on Friday.

Carrie Underwood suffered the accident in November.© Frazer Harrison/Getty Images Carrie Underwood suffered the accident in November.

Carrie Underwood showed her entire face in a photo for the first time since suffering a serious injury last November that required at least 40 stitches.

The new picture, which Underwood shared Friday on Twitter, features the country music star singing into a microphone during rehearsals with her band.

"Missed these guys," Underwood captioned the photo.

There are no visible marks on her face in the photo, which was posted two days after a different photo only showed the right side of her face.

Underwood initially informed fans in November that he she had broken her wrist after falling on steps at her Nashville home, but she didn't mention the facial injury until a blog post in January.

Latest goalie interference controversy sparks celebrity Twitter outrage

  Latest goalie interference controversy sparks celebrity Twitter outrage Latest goalie interference controversy sparks celebrity Twitter outrageWatch: Predators' buzzer-beater waved off due to goalie interference

Carrie Underwood showed her entire face in a photo for the first time since suffering a serious injury last November that required at least 40 stitches. — Carrie Underwood (@ carrieunderwood ) April 4, 2018. © Frazer Harrison/Getty Images Carrie Underwood suffered the accident in November.

Carrie Underwood is getting ready for a significant comeback as she posted a full photo of her face with her band. This is the first time that she posted a full facial image since her November 2017 accident .

"I'll spare you the gruesome details, but when I came out of surgery the night of my fall, the doctor told (her husband Mike Fisher) that he had put between 40 and 50 stitches in," Underwood wrote.

She noted at the time that she wasn't sure how things "will end up" following the injury, and wrote that while she was healing, she was "not quite looking the same."

Underwood posted an Instagram photo of her face obscured by a scarf last December, shortly before she opened up about the November accident.

The singer has not performed live since the accident, and is currently slated to return to the stage at the CMA Music Festival in June.

Carrie Underwood 'Was Terrified of People Seeing the Scars' from Facial Injury at ACMs: Source .
Carrie Underwood was nervous to return to the spotlight after suffering an injury that caused her to receive more than 40 stitches on her face. Although the 35-year-old singer stole the show Sunday at the 53rd Academy of Country Music Awards in Las Vegas with an emotional performance her new single “Cry Pretty,” a Nashville source told PEOPLE that Underwood worried about the reaction she’d get. © Jason Merritt/ACMA2018/Getty Images for ACM “She ended up skipping the red carpet because she didn’t want to be bombarded with questions about the accident,” the insider said.

Source: http://ca.pressfrom.com/news/entertainment/-69690-carrie-underwood-shows-full-face-for-first-time-since-accident/

—   Share news in the SOC. Networks

Topical videos:

This is interesting!