In a post on her website last week, Carrie Underwood said her face is "healing pretty nicely" since a November accident that required 40 to 50 stitches to her face - and based on a photo she posted on Instagram late Saturday in advance of her performance on the ACM Awards Sunday, she's right. She last co-hosted the ceremony with Blake Shelton in 2012.
Largely keeping her face hidden on social media posts and steering clear of the spotlight since the accident, Underwood told alarmed fans at the time that she may look "a bit different" because of the injury. "When you're sitting at the awards show and you're out in the audience, once you've gotten the honors of hosting, you're sitting there kind of wondering what's going on backstage and you miss being a part of that excitement".
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The 2018 ACM awards will be Carrie's first performance in over five months.
Heynckes: Kovac Is Right For Bayern
Though that will depend on whether he wants to stick around with new boss Niko Kovac now set to arrive in the summer. Cut to a week later and Kovac is announced by the Bundesliga champions as starting on July 1st at the club.
Among the nominees with Oklahoma ties, Garth Brooks, who was born in Tulsa and grew up in Yukon, is nominated for the top award, Entertainer of the Year. The show will reportedly kick off with a tribute to the Route 91 Harvest Festival.
She says anything can happen, but she's a little more confident with who deserves Male Vocalist of the Year.
Expect to see a number of familiar faces presenting like "The Ranch" stars Sam Elliott and Ashton Kutcher, Kiefer Sutherland, "The Talk" host Eve, Olympic Alpine Skier Lindsey Vonn, actress Rebecca Romijn, and New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees.
Beyoncé makes history as first ever black woman to headline Coachella
She also thanked Coachella for allowing her be the first black woman to ever headline the California music festival. Four years ago, Beyoncé surprised her little sister Solange at Coachella for an adorable, impromptu dance .
Additional collaborations include Kane Brown and Alaina performing the multiplatinum hit "What Ifs", Urban and Julia Michaels doing a duet on Urban's new single "Coming Home", and Bebe Rexha with Florida Georgia Line rolling out their chart-topper "Meant to Be".