Carrie Underwood shared the most up-close-and-personal view of her face since her November accident on social media on Friday (April 20th) while attending a Nashville Predators hockey game and cheering on her husband, Mike Fisher. While not bad, Carrie's scars on her upper lip and chin are visible in the picture. She is decked out in Predators garb, including baseball hat and jersey, writing, “Ready to cheer on the boys tonight! Especially that #12! I hear he’s alright! @mfisher1212 @predsnhl #LetsGoPreds”
Carrie's husband, Mike, came out of retirement this year to play once again for the NHL team, which is again in the playoffs. Last year, the team made it to the Stanley Cup Finals, and as Carrie tells us, the team's talent and Nashville's support of the team should never have come as a surprise to people around the country. “It was amazing to me and surprising to me that people didn’t know Nashville’s a hockey town. I would even do interviews, and they were like, ‘Oh, everybody’s jumping on the bandwagon.’ I’m like, ‘No. There’s no bandwagon. That arena is full every single game.’ So, to see the town like really get out and show everybody how much support they have behind the Predators was incredible, and for people all around the country to see how much Nashville loves the Predators was just incredible. and the town was absolutely electric the few weeks leading up to the final especially during that last week or so. To see 100,000 people lining Broadway, I mean, that was incredible, so let’s do it again (laughs).”
Carrie's new single, “Cry Pretty,” is racing up the country charts. Her album of the same name will be released on September 14th.