Carrie Underwood to Sing at ACM Awards in Her First TV Appearance Since Fall

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Five months since Carrie Underwood suffered a dangerous fall at her home, she's gearing up for a big return to the spotlight.

The country music singer will hit the stage at Sunday's Academy of Country Music Awards, where she will debut a new single.

The 35-year-old musician posted a photo to Instagram showing a rehearsal for the big event.

Missed these guys. #bandrehearsals

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In November, Underwood fell on the steps at her Nashville estate. She suffered a broken wrist and needed 50 stitches.

In January, she said she had injured her face and told fans she might "look a bit different" the next time they saw her.

Reba McEntire will host the ACM Awards on Sunday. It will air live from Las Vegas on CBS, starting at 7 p.m.


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