Carrie Underwood Says She Is ‘Doing Great’ After Surgery for Broken Wrist

Carrie Underwood

The singer also joked she will be “setting off airport metal detectors.”

Carrie Underwood is seemingly in good spirits after suffering a horrible accident in her home last week that left her with multiple injuries.

“I just wanted let everyone know that I’m doing great,” Underwood said on Twitter Wednesday morning.

“Had surgery on my wrist yesterday & all went well…even though I’ll be setting off airport metal detectors from now on…I’m so thankful for the doctors, nurses, family & friends who’ve been taking such great care of me,” she said.

The 34-year-old country music singer was hospitalized after she fell on her front steps Friday. According to The Tennessean, Underwood was treated and released from a hospital in Nashville for a broken wrist, cuts and abrasions.

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Due to her injuries, she was unable to perform at the Country Risingconcert Sunday night at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville to benefit victims of the Las Vegas shooting, and hurricane victims in Texas, Florida, Puerto Rico and the Caribbean islands. Other artists on the lineup included George Strait, Jason Aldean, Sam Hunt, Dierks Bentley, Chris Stapleton, Lady Antebellum, Little Big Town, Martina McBride, Reba McEntire and Keith Urban.

Earlier that day, Underwood had gone online to assure her fans that she was doing much better and share how her husband, retired NHL player Mike Fisher, had rushed to her care.

“Thanks so much for all the well wishes everybody…I’ll be alright…might just take some time…glad I’ve got the best hubby in the world to take care of me,” she said.

A representative for Underwood told People her recovery will “take some time and she appreciates all prayers and well wishes.”

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