Carrie Underwood Suffers Bad Fall At Nashville Home


Country music star Carrie Underwood is recovering after reportedly breaking her wrist in a fall outside her home in Nashville, Tennessee.

Country singer Carrie Underwood is now recovering after falling at her home and suffering a broken wrist and several other injuries.

Underwood's fall came just days after she co-hosted the Country Music Awards and performed a touching tribute to those in the country music community who died this year. Carrie Underwood is treated at the hospital but her injuries will take some to get healed up, said her spokesperson.

"Thanks so much for all the well wishes everybody", the Grammy award-winning singer wrote.

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The singer moved audiences during the "In Memoriam" portion of the CMAs as she honored country artists who died this year, as well as those who died in the October 1 Las Vegas massacre. "Her recovery will take some time and she appreciates all prayers and well wishes". Her husband Mike Fisher wasn't home when she fell but was able to get back to Nashville to be with Underwood at the hospital. She even chose to sit it out for the recent Country Rising concert held in Nashville to give herself all the rest she needs.

"I'll be alright...might just take some time", she tweeted.

In addition to the broken wrist, Underwood suffered some minor cuts and abrasions. All proceeds from the ticket sales go to victims of the Las Vegas shooting and the hurricanes that affected Texas, Florida, Puerto Rico and a number of Caribbean islands.