Carrie Underwood Posts Close-Up Video of Her Face While Joking Around With Her Husband

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Carrie Underwood at 2018 ACM Awards
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Carrie Underwood is growing more and more confident by the day. 

The "Cry Pretty" singer shared a close-up video of her face to her Instagram Story on Saturday as she joked about her husband, Mike Fisher's, "annoying" habit in the car.

Underwood, who broke her wrist and had to get 40 to 50 stitches on her face after falling at her Nashville, Tennessee, home last November -- has been open with fans about her struggles to accept looking "a bit different."

In Saturday's video, Underwood softly said "Help Me" as she panned the camera over to her husband, who was making a squeaking noise into his hands while driving. "Must we? So annoying," she captioned the clip. 

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Underwood shared a close-up selfie earlier this month while cheering on Fisher, who plays for the NHL, during his Nashville Predators game. The 35-year-old singer gave her first interviews since her accident last week and opened up about her recovery. 

"I fell down [and hurt] my right wrist," Underwood explains on Thursday's Bobby Bones show on iHeartRadio. "It set me back. The most frustrating part was trying to work out with a broken wrist. And just how much it can throw off your world, having an appendage that is there but you just can't use it."

"I was just taking the dogs out to go pee-pee one last time and I just, I tripped," she recalled of her fall. "And there was one step, and I went -- I didn't let go of the leashes, priorities! So, that's why my left hand's fine. But I went to catch myself and I just missed a step. If I had fallen anywhere else I would have been perfectly fine, but it was one step that messed everything up."

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