"Yeah, I was taking the dogs out and I just, I tripped, and there's was one step and I didn't let go of the leashes". If she created a ton of interest in what she looks like by her extended absence and guarded photos on social media, it was unintentional, she insists.
"At this point in my career, I feel stronger and more creative than ever", Underwood said in a statement announcing the album.
Billboard ranked the "vocal dynamo" performance as the best of the night, touting "this is how you do an award show performance" while Rolling Stone noted that Underwood "channeled her inner country-soul diva" during the "knockout rendition". "I'm still shaking right now". "I just fell down. Then I walked inside. and went to go survey the damage and was like, 'Oh, no!'"
After releasing "Cry Pretty" to rave reviews and performing live at the 53rd Annual ACM Awards, Carrie Underwood took to the Bobby Bones Show to answer some questions about the last few months. "I mean, they want me to be happy, but they've always been willing to. work with me", she recalls. "I'm gonna be buying groceries and somebody's gonna post something on Instagram and people are gonna be like 'What's going on?'"
"Now he's sweet, for a while I was anxious he would be scared of me, but now if I put makeup on, he's like, 'your boo-boos all gone'". "I didn't know what it was going to heal like". "But now if I put makeup on, he's like, 'Mommy, your boo-boo's all gone.' I've got some plaster on right now, it's no big deal".
Underwood's forthcoming sixth studio album, also entitled Cry Pretty, marked the first time the singer-songwriter had an executive hand in the producing process.
"I was nervous about music, first and foremost", says Underwood.