5 weeks after suffering a serious wrist and face injury in a fall outside her home, Carrie Underwood is formally making her comeback on April 15th at the ACM Awards.
Underwood is going to perform her brand new single for the first time on stage for the ACM Awards in Las Vegas. This performance is her very first public performance and appearance since the fall which resulted in forty stitches on her face and wrist surgery in November.
Before Underwood teased her comeback, she had teased that something might be coming soon, posting an image of herself in the studio and also a picture of the very first rehearsal after the accident. Though she has not performed after her fall, the 35-year-old released “Champion” with Ludacris earlier this year which was used as a promotional song for Super Bowl LII and also the 2018 Winter Olympics.
Underwood joins a star studded roster of performers for this year’s ACMs, including Jason Aldean, Kelsea Ballerini, Dierks Bentley, Luke Bryan, Florida Georgia Line, Kelly Clarkson, Maren Morris, Miranda Lambert, Thomas Rhett as well as Little Big Town. The 2018 ACM Awards will broadcast live from Las Vegas on April 15th at eight p.m. ET on CBS.