Published: Mon, November 13, 2017
Culture&Arts | By Hattie Nash

Carrie Underwood Suffers Broken Wrist and Other Injuries After Fall

Carrie Underwood Suffers Broken Wrist and Other Injuries After Fall

Carrie Underwood is now taking time off due to a "hard fall" outside of her home.

Underwood's husband, former Nashville Predators player Mike Fisher, was out of town at the time of the fall, but he returned overnight to come to his wife's side.

Carrie Underwood is recovering after taking a nasty fall outside her Nashville home on Friday night.

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Underwood hosted the CMA Awards show last Wednesday.

On Nov. 12, 2017, Underwood took to social media to thank fans for their support and well wishes. "I'll be alright. might just take some time. glad I've got the best hubby in the world.", she wrote on Facebook - adding "to take care of me" on her otherwise identical Twitter post.

However, she didn't suffer any life-threatening injuries just multiple injuries including cuts, abrasions, and a broken wrist. Fans of Underwood will remember that her bassist, Mark Childer, set her up with his hockey playing friend, Mike Fisher.

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The 34-year-old was treated at a hospital after falling down some steps on Friday night, a representative told The Tennessean.

At this year's 51st annual CMAs, where seven-time Grammy Award victor Underwood had been nominated for Female Vocalist of the Year, she and Paisley somberly addressed the horrific recent events.

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