Entertainment Carrie Underwood 'Was Terrified of People Seeing the Scars' from Facial Injury at ACMs: Source

03:30  17 april  2018
03:30  17 april  2018 Source:   People

Carrie Underwood Shares New Photo of Her Face During ACM Awards Rehearsals

  Carrie Underwood Shares New Photo of Her Face During ACM Awards Rehearsals Carrie Underwood Shares New Photo of Her Face During ACM Awards RehearsalsCarrie Underwood is getting ready for the ACM Awards!

Sources are claiming "you wouldn't notice the scar " on Carrie Underwood 's face after 40 to 50 stitches. Frazer Harrison / Getty Images. Carrie Underwood To Perform Live After Facial Injury , Teases Comeback With Crying Photo.

Carrie Underwood may still have a long road ahead to heal from her facial injuries , with a new report claiming that the extent of the damage is much worse than most people seem to realize. “With even the tiniest bit of concealer, you wouldn’t notice the scar ,” the source claimed.

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.

Carrie Underwood posing for a picture © 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. “It’s the most shaken anyone has ever seen her … this whole ordeal. She was terrified of people seeing the scars.”

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They’re often the first thing people see , and the first thing people use to get an impression of who you are . — Carrie Underwood (@ carrieunderwood ) November 15, 2017. While Underwood now has facial scars , and talks about possibly looking a little “different,” she doesn’t have to become a

In a blog post to fans on New Year’s Day, the country singer says she sustained a facial injury that She also says that she is grateful for the people who have helped her since the November accident. A post shared by Carrie Underwood (@ carrieunderwood ) on Dec 27, 2017 at 12:30pm PST.

The source added, “Her hair and makeup team must’ve been under so much pressure.”

A rep for Underwood did not immediately return PEOPLE’s request for comment.

Carrie Underwood standing on a stage © Ethan Miller/Getty Many fans remarked on social media that they didn’t notice a difference in the country singer’s looks.

“Am I the only one that didn’t notice a change in Carrie Underwood’s face?” wrote one Twitter user.

Another added, “I see absolutely nothing wrong with Carrie Underwood’s face. Gorgeous!”

Underwood, who wore a silver dress and tear-shaped glitter makeup below her eyes, received a standing ovation that lasted nearly a minute following her performance.

a group of people standing around each other © Ethan Miller/Getty Image When she returned to the stage to accept the award for vocal event of the year with Keith Urban for their duet “The Fighter” a few moments later, she was clearly overwhelmed.

“Thank you for having me,” Underwood told her collaborator through tears. “I’m still shaking right now.” 

A post shared by Carrie Underwood (@carrieunderwood) on

Missed these guys. #bandrehearsals

A post shared by Carrie Underwood (@carrieunderwood) on Apr 6, 2018 at 8:04am PDT

Had a great rehearsal for the @acmawards ! Can’t wait until tomorrow night! #CryPretty #ACMAwards

A post shared by Carrie Underwood (@carrieunderwood) on Apr 14, 2018 at 6:23pm PDT

Shortly after cohosting the CMAs in November, the American Idol winner broke her wrist during a fall from her front stairs. In January, she revealed that in the same accident, she suffered an injury to her face, which resulted in more than 40 stitches.

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Carrie Underwood will make her first public appearance since her face was stitched back together following a horror fall in November 17 at the Academy of Country Music Awards. The star, who suffered wrist and facial injuries

The source adds that, after recuperating from her injuries -- and with her husband, Mike Fisher Carrie Underwood to Hit the Stage at ACM Awards for Her First Performance Since Face Injury . Carrie Underwood Shares Photo of Herself Inside the Studio Following Face Injury -- See the Pic!

Although she was on the mend but “not quite looking the same,” Underwood wrote in a letter to her fan club in January that she was “grateful that it wasn’t much, much worse.”

“When I am ready to get in front of a camera, I want you all to understand why I might look a bit different,” she said.

Following the accident, Underwood has kept a low-profile on social media but slowly revealed more of her face in photos over the last month.

The 53rd Academy of Country Music Awards were broadcast live from Las Vegas on CBS starting at 8 p.m. ET on Sunday.

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What It’s Like to Break Your Face Like Carrie Underwood .
She’s right: You can’t cry pretty. “It’s not that bad!” my husband says when I emerge groggy from the surgery I’ve just had to fix my broken face.“It’s not that bad!” my friends and family say the next morning when I text them a glamour shot of my bruised and Frankenstein-stitched eye, the pre-op X my surgeon drew still visible on my skin.It could have been worse, yes. But breaking your face is definitely bad. Carrie Underwood knows.

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