Many things have happened to Carrie Underwood since she broke her wrist and had to receive more than 40 points on her face after a terrifying accident in November.
While Underwood has been making selfies and pictures of her to the minimum as an accident, on Wednesday she shared a photo that clearly showed half of her face when she revealed that she was back in the studio.
Here's a look back at everything we know about his accident, his recovery and what's next for the 35-year-old country singer.
Nov. 8, 2017 – CMA Awards
In what turned out to be Underwood's last public appearance before his accident, he hosted the 51 Country Music Association Awards with Brad Paisley.
In addition to being a presenter, Underwood was nominated for female vocalist of the year and performed a bleak rendition of the traditional anthem "Softly and Tenderly", while paying tribute to the family members that the country music community lost in 2017 and the 58 victims who They died in the mass shooting at the Las Vegas 91th Harvest Festival.
Nov. 12, 2017 – Injuries revealed
A week later, American Idol alum representatives revealed to PEOPLE in a statement that a few days after presenting the CMA Awards, the singer fell on the steps outside of his house on November 10 and suffered "multiple injuries", including a broken wrist. She was also treated for cuts and abrasions at the hospital on November 12 before being released, according to the statement.
Her husband Mike Fisher, whom he married in 2010, traveled to Nashville during the night to be with her.  "Your recovery will take time and appreciate all prayers and good wishes," said the Underwood representative.
Addressing the wound herself on social media, Underwood thanked her followers for their support.
"Thank you very much for all the good wishes to all … I'll be fine … maybe it will take some time ", he wrote, adding that she was "happy to have the best hubby in the world to take care of me. " 19659019] It was also revealed that Underwood, who was due to appear on a Country Rising benefit show that night, could not go on stage due to his injury, Tennessean reported.
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Nov. 15, 2017 – Wrist Surgery
Days after having spoken about his injury, Underwood revealed that he was "very well" after going to the hospital to operate his wrist.
"I had surgery on my wrist yesterday and everything was good … although from now on I am going to activate metal detectors at the airport … I am very grateful for the doctors, nurses, family and friends who have taken care of me so well, "he wrote.
Dec. . 12, 2017 – First photograph
Unaware of the importance of the photo, Below Deck Alum Adrienne Gang posted a picture of her posing with Underwood in the gym on December 12.
"I just worked with @carrieunderwood NBD … she's adorable and so kind … I'll LOVE!" Gang read the snap.
After fans said it was the first time Underwood had been photographed since his accident, Gang assured them he looked "amazing" and added that she had "no idea" that Underwood was injured.
Dec. 27, 2017 – Selfie Time
Towards the end of 2017, Underwood shared his own photo of his face, choosing to keep the majority covered by a scarf.
"When you have 5 degrees of temperature, wrap your scarf @caliabycarrie your neck and face … keep warm and you look like an awesome winter snow ninja! #WinWin # StayThePath # LetItSnow #BabyItsColdOutside ❄ ⛄, "She titled the add-on.
Jan. 1, 2018 – Underwood reveals that he needed more than 40 stitches on his face and can "look a little different"
Seven weeks after the accident, the country singer revealed that, in addition to undergoing wrist surgery , he needed "40 and 50 stitches" on his face, in a publication for members of his fan club in January
"There is also another part of the story that I have not been prepared to talk about since I still I live it and there has been a lot of uncertainty about how things will end, "he wrote in the note, which was obtained by PEOPLE. "It's crazy how a fortuitous accident can change your life."
He continued: "Besides breaking my wrist, somehow I also hurt my face." I'll spare you the gruesome details, but when I came out of the surgery the night of my fall, the doctor told Mike he had put in between 40 and 50 stitches. "
Adding that although she was recovering but" She does not have the Same look, "said Underwood who was" grateful that it was not much, much worse. "
" I'm determined to make 2018 amazing and I want to share things with you on the way. "She concluded. to face a camera, I want you to understand why it might seem a little different. "
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Feb. 11, 2018 – Family Workout Post
Although Underwood still chose to keep his face hidden from the camera, in February he documented a workout full of family life featuring his 3-year-old son Isaiah Michael and her husband.
"My children They do fun exercises, "he wrote on social media next to the snapshots of his sweat session, before adding that they also made things" a little less productive. "
"But it's fine," he added.
April 4, 2018 -Underwood shares the first photo of his face since the injury
Almost five months after his accident, the country singer finally felt ready to "face a camera".
By giving up a legend, the country's star simply posted a black and white photo of her staring into a music studio on her social media accounts on Wednesday morning.
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What's next for the co? Untry singer?
Although Underwood has not yet announced whether he will attend the Academy of Country Music Awards next weekend, he has been nominated for two of the night's awards: female vocalist of the year and vocal of the year, for his duo with Keith Urban in "The Fighter".
If he attended the Las Vegas event, it would be his first public event and potentially his first red carpet since his November accident.