Carrie Underwood Dared To Show Her Face In Public For The First Time Since Her Accident

April 16, 2018 / Posted by:

I wouldn’t blame you if you forgot that Carrie Underwood supposedly has a new face after fucking up her born-face from a serious fall last November. She had to get 40 to 50 stitches in her face. Carrie made a big announcement about the accident, which made it sound like she had been horribly disfigured. But then a fan caught her at the gym several weeks later and she looked fine with the exception of having what appeared to be a jacked up Doonese hand. A week ago, Carrie posted a picture of herself, in profile, on Instagram. Fans seemed perplexed by her assessment of her injuries as she looked perfectly normal. Of course, it being a profile, her final form was still cloaked in mystery and intrigue. Last night at the ACM Awards (that’s Academy of Country Music Awards which are held in addition to the CMA’s for reasons), Carrie debuted her new single “Cry Pretty” as well as her new face.

Well, that was one helluva long ride for not getting too far. It looks like the only thing she had done, besides getting stitched back up by a skilled surgeon, was to get her tear ducts replaced with gag ones that cry glitter. Which is undeniably awesome.

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I’m beginning to wonder if the whole thing wasn’t all just a gag. Fox gave Terrence Howard a prank show. Maybe CMT gave Reba one and we’ve all just been McEntired!

Pic: CBS

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