Since her nasty fall in November a few days after hosting the CMA Awards, Carrie Underwood has yet to make a public appearance. The fall left her with a broken wrist and while in surgery, had to receive 40-50 facial stitches.
Since the accident, she has hidden her face in social media posts, but has recently been a little more open – giving fans a chance to speculate as to what all the photos mean.
Her fans went into a frenzy last week when she posted a photo of her rehearsing, but at the time, she didn’t have a show scheduled until CMA Fest in June. See that photo below.
Underwood also teased new music two days before by posting a photo of her in the studio.
Now we know that her first performance since her fall will take place a little sooner than CMA Fest.
In a press release, the Academy of Country Music revealed that the thirteen-time ACM Award winner will be performing live for the very first time since her November accident at the ACM Awards on Sunday, April 15.
According to the release, Underwood will be performing her soon-to-be-released single, which from the looks of her most recent Instagram post, will be released on April 11 at 6am EST.
Are you excited to watch Underwood perform for the very first time since the CMA Awards?! Let us know in the comments.
To get you ready for her new single, and performance, check out her music video to her latest single, “The Champion,” below.