Carrie Underwood Performs For First Time Since Accident

Underwood belted out her new song, "Cry Pretty".

(Las Vegas, NV)  --  Carrie Underwood is celebrating a big milestone after her accident five months ago. 

She performed for her first time since injuring her face and wrist in a  fall outside her home in the Nashville-area.  

Country music's sweetheart sang her latest single, "Cry Pretty," and even shed a few tears herself after delivering a powerful performance. 

Underwood told fans back in January that she "didn't quite look the same" after the accident and wasn't ready to show her face.  

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