In the black and white Instagram photo with no caption, Underwood is in a recording studio gazing intently.
"When I am ready to get in front of the camera, I want you all to understand why I might look a bit different", added Underwood.
The Nashville Predators pulled out all the stops during the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs, inviting numerous big-name country stars to perform the National Anthem prior to their home games. but according to Carrie Underwood, the team's still got a few tricks up their sleeves.
Fans were glad to see the crooner back at the studio, and also noted that her face doesn't seem to have changed.
The singer has previously warned fans that she is "not quite looking the same" after the awful accident, but she has now taken the first step to showing her face as it currently looks.
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This sent Underwood fans into a frenzy, many wondering how the country singer's face looked following the accident.
The seven-time Grammy victor previously wrote to her official fan club: "It's insane how a freak random accident can change your life".
Underwood will next put her three-octave soprano pipes to use headlining the CMA Music Festival taking place June 8 at the Nissan Stadium in Nashville.
'It's insane how a freak random accident can change your life, ' the seven-time Grammy victor wrote to her official fan club in a letter obtained by People. Since then, she has not shared a photo of her full face on social media. He tweeted, "If there's one thing I've learned it's you're always right". Her husband, unretired hockey star Mike Fisher, made it clear that things are great for the parents of Isaiah, 3.
The loss hit the Predators and their fans particularly hard because they're now seeded at number one in the NHL's Western Conference.