LAS VEGAS (AP) - Carrie Underwood has finally shown her face in public after her accident late last year and it's...exactly how you remember it.
Underwood performed "Cry Pretty" during last night's Academy of Country Music Awards.
Underwood fell outside her home in November, breaking her wrist and requiring 40 stitches on her face. She had told fans at the time she might look "different," which caused much speculation about how bad her injuries were.
Last night's performance was her first public appearance since the accident.
The only thing that appeared out of the ordinary was that she wore smeared glitter mascara as part of the "Cry Pretty" theme.
She won the vocal event of the year award with Keith Urban for "The Fighter."