Country fans are still relishing in the thrill of Carrie Underwood's stellar return, and the powerhouse singer gave her first television interview since her gruesome fall last November. "It just wasn't pretty", Underwood said. It could happen to anybody", she told Kotb, adding: "I say if I would have fallen anywhere else, it wouldn't have been a problem. "I definitely feel more like myself than I have in a while". "I simply fell. I simply tripped taking my canine out to do their enterprise".
Underwood previously detailed the fall and the consequential injuries during an interview on iHeartRadio's The Bobby Bones Show.
On Thursday's morning show appearance, Underwood also talked about her new album and her line of fitness clothing.
Just six months after her traumatizing fall, Carrie Underwood continues to rise above the fear and brave the feeling of nervousness in her comeback.
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"There was something different about that performance", she explained. I chipped my tooth but it was just my skin, thank the Lord. Her spouse Mike Fisher, flew to Nashville to be with her, The Tennessean reported at the time.
She later told fans about the full extent of her injuries in a blog post on her Fan Club website.
Underwood had said the accident left her "not quite looking the same" but according to fans who watched the show, no visible scars or marks could be seen on the 35-year-old's face.
"In the beginning, I didn't know how things were going to end up. I am grateful that it wasn't much, much worse", she continued. Early on, she warned her followers that her face may look slightly different after the healing process.
"I love this because I have had conversations with people and I feel like people are telling me places that they cry", the activewear designer said.