Carrie Underwood Posts First Close-Up Selfie Since Her Accident

Apr 16, 2018, 04:42
Carrie Underwood Posts First Close-Up Selfie Since Her Accident

It is the first large gathering of country music stars and fans in Las Vegas since that attack.

Making her first major TV appearance in months since her fall, the country singer is set to perform her new hit at the upcoming 2018 Academy of Country Music (ACM) Awards.

This year, country music legend and 16-time ACM award victor Reba McEntire is back to host the annual show.

Though she cut back on posting her regular selfies since the injury, Underwood has become more active on Instagram in recent weeks. He's also a contender for male vocalist of the year, album of the year for "From A Room: Volume 1" (nominated as artist and producer), single record of the year for "Broken Halos" (artist and producer) and song of the year for "Whiskey and You" (artist and songwriter).

The red carpet is sure to see plenty of standout fashion moments from names like Miranda Lambert, Kelsea Ballerini, Kelly Clarkson and more.

If you're willing to pay for a streaming service, or you already subscribe to one, there are several that offer live online feeds of CBS. Revealed presenters for the event include Drew Brees, Ashton Kutcher, Nancy O'Dell, Rebecca Romijn, Sugarland member Jennifer Nettles with Kristian Bush, Keifer Sutherland and Lindsey Vonn. The Best Vocal Group of the Year victor was announced before show time, as was the New Female Vocalist of the Year victor and the New Male Vocalist of the Year recipient.

Underwood, 35, had also posted a photo of herself rehearsing with her band, writing "Missed these guys".

ADDITIONAL DETAILS: Chris Stapleton is leading the nominations this year, with a total of five.

"I love this town".

Lambert won the first award of the night, taking home the song of the year trophy for her son "Tin Man".

At the MGM Grand Garden Arena on Sunday, Maren Morris said music "makes us stronger" and Thomas Rhett said music gives us "a chance to rejoice".