Carrie Underwood Has Surgery On Broken Wrist


Carrie Underwood became a household name when she won the fourth season of American Idol, winning the hearts of many around the world.

Carrie Underwood continues to be on the mend, after a hard fall Friday night outside her Nashville home that left her with a broken wrist, and several cuts and abrasions.

She was released hours later, but it has now been revealed she returned to the hospital on Tuesday for treatment. "While there were no life-threatening injuries, she was taken to the hospital to be treated".

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According to Underwood's rep, a broken wrist wasn't the only injury she suffered because of the fall.

She was unable to perform at a benefit show due to the accident, and it might be a while before she's performing again. Throughout rallying back to normal speed, Underwood has been updating fans on her status and went to social media to let them know she went under the knife to fix her wrist in full.

The 34-year-old Country music star took to her Twitter page to say that she was doing "great" following the procedure and thanked those who helped care for her.

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"First and foremost, we want Carrie Underwood to know our thoughts and prayers are with her during her recovery".

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