The 35-year-old singer has been recovering after a traumatic fall left her with a broken wrist and 40-50 stitches in her face.
Carrie Underwood is feeling like her old self again.
The 35-year-old singer has been seemingly hiding her face from the public eye ever since she suffered a scary fall at her home in Nashville, Tennessee, in November that required her to undergo surgery for a broken wrist and get 40 to 50 stitches on her face. But on Saturday, Underwood treated fans to the first selfie of her full face since the accident.
"Had a great rehearsal for the @acmawards! Can’t wait until tomorrow night! #CryPretty #ACMAwards," Underwood captioned the stunning close-up snapshot, which features the American Idol alum in full makeup, curled hair and wearing a printed top.
Just a day ago, the country superstar had posted a pic of herself "getting ready for the weekend." On Sunday, she'll be returning to the stage for the first time at the 53rd Academy of Country Music Awards, where she will also deliver the live debut performance of her latest song "Cry Pretty."
A source told ET on Thursday that Underwood is "totally back to normal and feeling great and healthy." Though, we shouldn't expect to see her posing for photographers on the carpet on Sunday's ACM Awards.
"She doesn’t think she will walk the red carpet at all because she’s just not ready to be bombarded by cameras," the source said.