Carrie Underwood shared a new photo of her face clearly showing her scars

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It feels like Carrie Underwood can’t win when it comes to her accident. She was self conscious about her facial scars so she shared the details of her accident without posting a photo. Then she parceled out photos of her face gradually through social media, ultimately going out in public to perform at the ACM Awards on April 15th. A source told People Magazine that Carrie was “terrified” of people seeing the scars, which didn’t seem warranted because her scars weren’t visible anyway. When Carrie finally shared the details of her accident last week on a couple of different radio interviews many people didn’t believe her. In the video of her first interview, with Bobby Bones on iHeartRadio, you can see scars around her mouth, which is where she said she hit her face during a fall when walking her two dogs. Still, some people were skeptical and even the interviewer said he couldn’t see a difference in Carrie’s face. She recently shared this photo, below, and it’s supposedly about her husband’s hockey team, The Predators, but you can tell that she wants us to see the scar and know that it’s visible.

I’ve cried over bad haircuts several times. I get self conscious when I have a cold sore or a pimple and I’m not photographed and videotaped for my job. It must have been harrowing to have had her lip split wide open and not to know the extent of how it would heal. That is what she said in her first statement about her injury and in her interview, that she wasn’t sure how things would turn out. I bet she’s very upset about that scar. It doesn’t look like much to us but that’s her face. If I had a big scar like that you can bet that I would be hiding at home for a while and experimenting with coverups. I’m not saying that it looks bad, it really doesn’t, but if it was on my face I would worry about it.

Over the weekend, People reposted segments of interviews that Carrie did in 2014 and 2015 talking about the importance of makeup. She told Yahoo! that she does her own makeup on tour and finds it “therapeutic,” that she feels better when she has makeup on and that she doesn’t “think I ever have makeup-free days.” She always puts “makeup on, even if it’s just a little bit.” That really worked to her advantage in helping her look the same after her accident because we’re used to seeing her in full face makeup. It also made people accuse her of exaggerating the extent of her injuries.

Carrie has announced that her new album, Cry Pretty, will debut on September 14.

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The photo below is from the second interview Carrie did last week, with Storme Warren on The Highway on Sirius XM. You can hear a segment from that interview on YouTube. She didn’t say much new except that she had “a little chip” on her teeth but that it was “mostly my skin.”
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photos credit: Getty and Instagram/Carrie Underwood

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  1. Astrid says:

    I’m so over this…

  2. Snowflake says:

    I think people are being harsh with her because she’s so pretty. They’re like whatever bitch. Seriously, I think that’s what it is. And of course she’s going to try and cover it up so it won’t look as bad. People are so nasty and unsympathetic anymore.

    • Shotcaller says:

      Nasty and unsympathetic…
      After being asked about Rihanna’s attack by Chris Brown Underwood replied “We don’t know the whole story.”
      After remembering the bruises, swelling, contusions and bite marks on Riganna’s face I don’t give a damn about Underwood’s tumble.

      • otaku fairy says:

        Wow. That says a lot about her. I’m not sure if everybody knows that she said that though.

    • Jag says:

      I was being harsh because she did the teaser photos and statements on Instagram all the way up to the awards show where she performed, and I couldn’t see the scar. She keeps saying it is around her mouth; I see a scar above her upper lip and a small one on her chin, but don’t know if that’s what she’s talking about.

      But I do wish her well and I had my karma because I fell the other day and pulled some muscles. I have fibro and 4 bulging discs in my back from a car wreck that wasn’t my fault, so falling like that put a hurt on me and caused a flare. So I will have nothing negative to say about her again. Let her get her publicity and milk this for all it’s worth; have at it, Carrie.

      Didn’t know that about Carrie saying that regarding Rihanna. I’m not a fan of hers, but definitely won’t be now.

    • ORIGINAL T.C. says:

      No, that’s not it. #Jealousy is a juvenile attempt to silence mature discussion. Go see the first posting in Celebitchy archives about this subject. It’s was Carrie’s use of the term “disfigured” instead of just “injured” or “hurt”. The word *disfigured* is a loaded one that is used for severe facial fractures, facial burns, cleft lip/palate children, wild animal bites etc. Your features are complete mismatched with parts moved around. So if you use that loaded term people expect to to see a horrific looking face.

      All she had to say is a was badly *injuried”* in a fall and I am recovering. Leave out the peak-a-boo pictures. Show up when you are ready and tell what part of the story you want to say. Injury is just a more generic term that covers everything from minor sprains to the most severe. Again, she started this, not people on the internet, not tabloids. Words do matter.

      • Luisa says:

        Yes @Original T.C. Agree with everything you said, and bravo for putting in a thoughtful way too.

      • Goats on the Roof says:

        Could you point me in the direction of the “disfigured” quote, TC? I looked in the archives but saw no mention of Carrie saying it.

      • otaku fairy says:

        “#Jealousy is a juvenile attempt to silence mature discussion.” Sometimes. And then other times jealousy really is a factor. Jealousy isn’t the only thing that makes ‘pretty’ an issue though. Sometimes it’s about aggression directed at someone for behaving in a stereotypically feminine way. A paid attention-seeker (that’s what all celebrities are) who happens to be a woman is showing that she cares about her own looks and trying to have some level of control over what’s said about her. That’s more than enough reason to trash her. The level of vitriol could be about jealousy, it could be that performative hatred of femininity that both women and men participate in, or Carrie could be a crappy person, and people are reacting to that. I don’t know because I don’t follow her. After what Shotcaller revealed about her response to Rihanna’s abuse a few years ago, it looks like it could be a combination of all three.
        I just have to say this though: Any variation of ‘#FirstWorldProblems’, ‘I’m tired of this story’, ‘Can’t she just go away’, or ‘people are suffering from cancer, and this is what you care about?” is always hilarious on a celebrity gossip site.

      • Tiffany :) says:

        Original T.C., how do you know that at one time she wasn’t “disfigured”? She’s a singer, not a psychic. She had no idea how it would heal in the early stages.

        People are really going out of their way to justify being cruel to someone.

      • suzi says:

        Carrie never used the word “disfigured.” She made one statement to her fan club to explain that she had also injured her face and that she may look a little different because it was still healing and she wasn’t sure how it would look when fully healed. She explained that the reason she told her fan club was because she was beginning to go out in public more often to drop her son off at school and do errands, and she was afraid someone would snap a photo of her and wonder what happened to her face. The media “ran” with her statement and all of a sudden we are reading all these articles on her using words like disfigured etc. It was ridiculous how much coverage she got and how her injury kept getting worse in each new article. She showed a photo of her injury to Storme Warren who interviewed her on the radio and he said it really was bad for those who don’t believe it. I am sure with all those stitches around her mouth it probably was quite scary wondering how it would heal. I have been following Carrie since the beginning of her career and she is not the type to use this to draw attention to herself. When she is not in the public performing or touring she leads a really low key lifestyle and calls herself a homebody. People need to give her a break.

    • Krissy says:

      Snowflake, Exactly! Because she is a beautiful girl & we can’t really see that big a difference in her appearance it’s whatever bitch! I know if I fell & it resulted in a scar on my face even if it was small I would be really self-conscience about it. I don’t understand the hate?? yes, she wears alot of makeup so we can’t really see the full extent of her scars but that’s what makes her feel good. I almost always do a full face of makeup when I go out because that’s what I want to do, that’s what makes me feel good so if I got in to some sort of accident & it resulted in a little scar on my face most of my friends/family probably wouldn’t really notice but that wouldn’t change the fact that the scars were still there & when I go home & take my makeup off at the end of the day & look at myself in the mirror, I see scars on my face, to me that would be traumatizing. I guess i’m conceited, with “low self-esteem” lol for being concerned about my appearance.

      • Marianne says:

        Yes Krissy. I agree and thank you for your kind comment. There are surprisingly few.

        I think she looks beautiful. But she notices the scar and since she’s in the public eye subject to dissection of her appearance, if she’s upset about it, I think that’s understandable.

        We all notice our own imperfections more than onlookers. I know I do.

    • Sabrine says:

      I like her scars as they give her face character. She looked bland and generic before.

  3. Pixie says:

    Me too! Why are we getting an article about this non existent scar every couple of days ???

  4. LittlefishMom says:

    I see NO scar. This officially make me loathe her more. Shallow idiot.

    • Cee says:

      The indentations are very visible around her lips. Look closer. It’s there under a lot of make up-.

    • lobbit says:

      God, why though? How do you loathe someone who has done nothing to you personally? I’m completely indifferent to this woman but I cannot understand the vitriol.

    • Lis says:

      Amen! I have worse scars from acne. Gimmie a break. (eyeroll)

  5. Beth says:

    Thousands of regular people have accidents and are left with visible scars, but it must be worse when the world never stops talking about it or if your lying about how it happened. I really don’t notice the scar, and probably wouldn’t notice and would forget she had one if everyone wasn’t talking about it

    I love Motorhead! It’s my favorite band,but those silver things on her shirt looked tacky

    • otaku fairy says:

      “but it must be worse when the world never stops talking about it or if your lying about how it happened. ”
      Abuse and serious traumas are treated like fun tabloid fodder when it comes to famous women. People would not be above taking someone like Carrie Underwood having an injury and spinning it into juicy ‘blind gossip’ fan fiction about an abusive husband, self-mutilation, drug-fueled self mutilation, and then concern-trolling about it. Since the injury was on her face, I can understand her being a little obsessive about it and wanting to make sure she was in control of the story being told.

      • Kelly says:

        There have been some suggestions here that she was drunk and/or her husband did it. So you’re right about the concern trolling.

  6. Lucy says:

    It’s all about perspective, really. I still don’t see anything wrong with her face, but then again, it’s HER face. Of course I’ll never be able to see it the way she does. She’s a beautiful woman, always has been imo. That hasn’t changed.

  7. Belle Epoch says:

    First world problem. Gorgeous celebrity gets world class doctor to fix a mysterious injury, leaving no trace. I’m thinking about people who get burned, or shot, or women who get acid thrown in their faces… Grow up, Carrie. Your white privilege is blinding.

  8. Nancy says:

    I was reaching for something on a top shelf and wouldn’t you know it a can of spaghetti sauce came down as with propellers hitting me in the mouth. My upper lip was split wide open. It hurt more than anything I can remember and I’ve given birth like a champ a few times. Five stitches for me. I have no noticeable scar, but I absolutely know she wasn’t having any fun and although I wish she’d shut up about it, I understand her trauma since she had about 45-50 stitches more than I did.

  9. Originaltessa says:

    This is getting ridiculous. She looks exactly the same and I don’t see any scars. I’m starting to think she got work done and wants an excuse if anyone thinks she looks different.

  10. Squirrelgirl says:

    That picture of her in the sparkly dress with the microphone.. I know that was from some awards show a couple of weeks ago but is she crying. Or is that makeup under her eyes???

  11. Darla says:

    I had a skin cancer just above my lip. I went for the mohs and everything, but I still have a visible scar. I find it is more visible with makeup, isn’t that funny? But I think there is special makeup you can buy to cover it up better. I just haven’t looked into it. Am I bothered? I would have been a lot more so up until my early 40′s. Now at 50 for some reason, nah not really. I really do get this strong feeling of, I earned these. I have much worse scars on my stomach, but let me tell you something, I earned those the hard way (NOT child birth). And I’m still here. I think at some point, beauty concerns fade and you get this fierce feeling of pride and determination that all boils down to:

    I’m still here.

    • ally.m says:

      Daria, my Mum had cancer removed from the side of her face a few months ago. There’s a clear scar as you can imagine, I bought her Jane Iredale Disappear. it’s very good, used to cover scars and tatoos.

    • Spicecake38 says:

      Used to be a mohs nurse thanks for your comment Darla.I’m sure you were told but lips stretch and heal very well ‘and it’s about one full year until the scar is considered completely healed.Dermabrasion is an option to smooth out your scars in most cases,but then that takes healing time.Dermablend for face was always our recommendation to patients.But all that said it sounds like you’re in a good place with your scar and I hope you don’t get any more skin cancers

  12. hnmmom says:

    My takeaway from all this is she is incredibly self conscious. I’m sorry she struggles with that, I hope she can find a way to develop more self confidence.

  13. ellieohara says:


    How many more interviews is she going to give on this????

  14. Caity says:

    On one hand I really feel for her, the reason I got into makeup is to cover up my acne-scarred face, so I do sympathise with her.
    But it also feels like she made this a bigger story than it needs to be. If she just posted this photo to begin with along with her previous explanation of her fall that would have been enough.

  15. TheOtherOne says:

    Please help me understand. Where am I suppose to look and see these scars?

  16. Luisa says:

    It must be quite painful to be this vain.

  17. Jennifer says:

    My four year old son fell at school on Friday and split his lip and his gums and knocked three teeth loose he’s got 12 stitches for the cut that runs to his lip line and another 4 or 5 inside his mouth. It’s not he end of the world but it hurts him and it requires a lot of care during healing and, while we had excellent care and I’m so thankful and greatful, it’s going to leave a scar.

    Maybe the rollout of the story was awkward but her trauma was real and shouldn’t be made fun of. If you are tired of the story don’t click the link to open it….

    • Nancy says:

      Poor little guy. Hope he’s okay. I would hate when my son ran too fast to get to the slide or monkey bars. He’d yell, mom do you want to see how fast I can run? Lol….no!! I hope your son heals quickly. It is a big deal and he may not remember the details, but he will have a story to tell. Trouper…xo

    • Tiffany :) says:

      Ouch, that sounds so painful!

      “Maybe the rollout of the story was awkward but her trauma was real and shouldn’t be made fun of.”

      Well said. Kindness and compassion are always a good choice.

  18. Tea says:

    I really didn’t see it until I read the comments and someone pointed out where they are. It’s not obvious from far away nor obvious in photos unless you’re straining. I understand your face is your face and she’s a celeb but I don’t think anyone would have noticed if her press wasn’t putting out stories saying SHE HAS SCARS AND SHE IS SO SENSITIVE/CARRIE UNDERWOOD CALLS OUT BODY SHAMERS/BLAH BLAH. And by the way, I’m sick of ‘beautiful celeb calls out body shamers’ stories. Who is shaming them? Weird internet trolls and paparazzi hoping to provoke them.

  19. TippyToes says:

    Yes, she has every right to be upset about her injury but enough. If she had come out right from the beginning and said she had an accident that requires stitches and didn’t pull the crap with the teaser photos and everything I’d have more sympathy. Added to everything I’ve read and been told about her, she derserves what karma is dishing out. I have sympathy for people dealing with injuries, I had my face reconstructed do to being attacked by a dog, 600+ stitches later I’m as good as new.

  20. MerrymerrymonthofMay says:

    This is quickly becoming the story I love to hate. Or just hate.

  21. Mumzy says:

    Wait…let me fix that headline for you…

    Carrie Underwood looks at her face a lot and wants you to as well.

  22. Patty says:

    Her publicist needs to tell her to stop. Just stop talking about. It’s time to move on to a new narrative with the public and to promote the new single / album.

  23. Lori says:

    She has been very lucky with that scar.

    A while back CB posted about a young actress who was suing because she ruined her face on set. That was a bad scar (even though she is still beautiful), I was thinking Carries scar would be like that. Carrie has been very lucky, make you think how randomly you can hurt yourself at home.

  24. Zondie says:

    I had to have a small growth removed from my bottom lip and now I have a permanent vertical scar there. I don’t think anything about it and never thought to use make-up (on your lip? How long would that last?) She isn’t a lipstick model she’s a singer. I could understand her concern if it was something that affected her voice. Sorry for the rant but I’m very freaked by how precious people seem to be today. She’s got her health, career and family. Should be thankful.

  25. Linda says:

    Whoever says she is pretty how do you really know. All I can see when I look at her is makeup overload. Just go away already.

    • Danielle says:

      That’s my only comment “wow that is SO Much makeup. For a hockey game? And I’m talking the eye makeup alone”

      • Spicecake38 says:

        That is ALOT of makeup! I wore similar dark eyes and nude matte lipstick in the early 2000′s.I think her look is a bit outdated pre and post scar.Glad she’s alright,sorry she feels so self conscious,think she needs to stop talking about it at this point,unless it’s to a therapist-and I mean that sincerely and without shade.

  26. Tess says:

    I legit can’t even see a scar. Is it that area above her lip? I’m like that meme of the guy squinting at a tiny piece of paper.

  27. Anastasia says:

    I think scars are pretty cool. Yes, even on the face. When I had surgery to place a metal plate and eight screws in my broken ankle, I was VERY disappointed that the scar faded over time. I wanted a big gnarly one! I wanted to tell people it was from a shark attack!

  28. Harryg says:

    What scars??? I still see no scars! Get over it Carrie. Besides, scars are sexy.

  29. smee says:

    Honestly, she should be more concerned about how her hand looks in that photo – I thought it was a guy making that hand gesture, but it’s her man-hand.

  30. Icantremembermyusername says:

    I’ll be at the infusion center today bringing coffee and water to cancer patients undergoing chemo. ENOUGH OF THIS.

    Perspective. And make your life a blessing. It’s not all about us.

    • Spicecake38 says:

      Thanks for what you do,had double mastectomy last month. I have scars that will never fade on my chest and am going through the tissue expansion process to eventually have implants.I am blessed to be cancer free and I know it,have a great family,and scars are the least of my concerns,but sometimes I guess we have to learn that perspective,and deal as best we can

    • suzi says:

      I had breast cancer 5 years ago and went through chemo, radiation, and surgery. I have scars too and I also remember how horrible it felt not to have my hair, especially my eyebrows and eyelashes. I can still have compassion for Carrie’s situation even though it may not be as horrid as what others have gone through. People are blowing this out of proportion. She is not going around giving multiple interviews trying to “milk” this situation. She gave one statement to her fan club shortly after it happened because she wanted them to know she also sustained a facial injury. She never used any words like “gruesome” or “disfigured” in this statement. She said she may look a little different and wasn’t completely sure how she would look when everything was done healing. The stitches were obviously on her lips and around her mouth. You can definitely see her upper lip does look different compared to what it looked like before the accident. That was the only statement she made until she went to two Nashville radio shows on the same day to promote her new single. Of course they were going to ask her what happened to her. She answered the questions that everyone was curious about. The media has been posting so many articles about this it is crazy.

  31. Jane says:

    Wow, that is a lot of make up, especially around her eyes.

    Please put down the snow shovel.

    I can see the scars and I understand it must be difficult to deal with, especially in the field with so much focus on someones looks.

    I got a very good girlfriend who has been truly struggling with acne scars for many years due to health problems related to endometriosis, PCOS and terrible PMs issues.

    So, I can imagine that this would be tough to handle with the added pressure of being in the public eye.

    Maybe it’s time to retire this story, it just seems that she is milking it way too hard and it’s getting on some peoples nerves.

    Too much teasing with pics and interviews.

    • lucy2 says:

      I agree – I have sympathy for her because she was obviously injured, is in the public eye, and we’d all self conscious about a facial injury.
      But now she’s put it out there, and she’s healing, and it’s time for the incessant discussion of it (by everyone, not just her) to stop.

  32. BlueNailsBetty says:

    All I can see is she looks like she had her lips done.

    edit: I went back up and looked again and can see a tiny scar on her upper lip.

    edit 2: I can’t believe I did this but I googled her and she has definitely done her lips. It looks like she asked for the Kardashian lips. I wonder if she did that before the fall and is using the fall to hide getting her lips enlarged.

  33. homeslice says:

    Wow, for a young woman she wears so much makeup!

  34. Annie says:

    If you got 50 stitches all over your face and had seen your face cut everywhere, you too would be terrified of the final result and never looking the same. She shared what happened to her and her fear of not being recognized probably while the stitches were still fresh. Luckily they did an amazing job and her face doesn’t look different but she went through something that was traumatic for her. 40-50 stitches is not a little bump on the head. People who say she’s exaggerating: picture 50 stitches anywhere in your body. That’s a lot. But picture them on your face. You would be nervous too.

  35. Ozogirl says:

    I don’t see anything. Carrie and the media are acting like she lost a limb. You’re still talented and pretty. Let’s move on from this.

  36. Digital Unicorn says:

    When I first looked at her mouth I thought she’d had fillers done but the scar isnt noticeable, even when zooming in. It will heal in time and she has options to deal with it if the scarring is perm.

    I know in her industry looks r everything but she’s milked this, maybe a bit too much.

  37. Littlestar says:

    However she interprets her scar might be more severe than we do, after all it is HER face. My husband had an accident that caused a gash in his face, the cut went all the way through his cheek and was maybe two inches long. On my way to the hospital, before I had seen him, he’s telling me over the phone in a panic “I’m never going to look the same!” The things that were running through my mind. Turns out just over a dozen stitches closed it up and I personally don’t think it looks that bad, although it’s certainly visible. But how some reacts to something on THEIR face may be very different how we interpret it. So I sympathize with how she may feel about it, especially being a woman (we all know how the importance of looks are pushed on us) and someone in the spotlight.

  38. j says:

    WHO. CARES. the only one still making a big thirsty deal out of this is her.

  39. starkiller says:

    I’d love for her to name just one Motörhead song. Would bet dollars to doughnuts that she can’t do it.

    Also, maybe I need to adjust my screen settings or something but I still don’t see any scars in the photo where they’re allegedly visible.

  40. RspbryChelly says:

    I split my lip that required stitches & the worse thing for me at the time was just walking around with spiders on my upper lip. Once the stitches came out however there was that moment of “god, how is going to look” it wasn’t bad at all & now it’s been several years & unless you’re staring hardcore at my upper lip the scar is barely visible. She’ll be fine, physically.

  41. Fie says:

    That must have been a severe lip cut. I looked horrific after my fall and you can’t see the scar unless you look for it or if I point it out. That must have been a savagely busted upper lip. You can see they did a lot of major work and her cupid’s bow may never be the same. She’ll be getting tons of work done as time goes on.

    It’s a good thing she’s a singer/performer and not an actress or that would be it, in the “pretty actress” biz. No wonder she was frightened. I’d be frightened too if my career were at stake.

    I don’t agree with the length of the reveal rollout — I think they should have truncated it a bit because they teased it for too long, but whoever they hired for crisis management did a pretty good job.

  42. Goodegg says:

    Not that anyone cares but Nashville is in the Stanley Cup play-offs which is a big deal for hockey fans. This is why she is tweeting pictures of herself wearing fan gear.

  43. ... says:

    She had her lips done.

    And they look bad. Maybe that’s wh she’s overcompensating w three pounds of makeup.

  44. Reece says:

    While I understand and sympathize with her because I had a car accident that quite literally split my chin and lip open (among other things) and I have the scars, it’s time to stop talking about it. The more attention she draws to it the more will be paid. At some point you start loving your face again or go to therapy.
    Personally, I love my face more now than I did before. My scars are a part of the story of “Me”.

  45. Nicknosaint says:

    Jesus Christ, this place is a cesspool.

  46. carol says:

    I get it and sympathize with her – if my career were 1/2 based on my beauty, I’d have a near heart attack if MY face got a scar too.

    But I dont see what she’s concerned about tho – IMO she looks pretty different compared to past photos and I dont think it’s from the scar.

    Her lips look fuller on top due to upper lip injections and/or the scar, and/or some dental work that might have happened if her teeth were affected by her fall…..but moslty it looks like lip injections.

    ALSO I think that someone FINALLY convinced her that she needs to draw in her brows a touch closer together and in a shade lighter colour, which makes her 100X prettier imo.

    And she is dying her hair a more fashionable lighter blonde now, and wearing it up more, and MAYBE laying off the self tanner a little bit.

    All in all, it seems to be having the effect of minimizing her nose a tiny bit which makes her face more balanced.

    These things can really affect your appearance. I think she looks good.

  47. Sandy says:

    I still don’t see any scars.

    She can go away now.

  48. Annalise says:

    Carrie should thank her lucky stars that she’s a wealthy music star. I have TWO large gnarly scars from a couple surgeries I needed after having an aneurysm in my leg (although granted, they are not on my face, one goes down the center of my stomach and the other snakes up my inner thigh). They are THICK noticeable scars and they have been especially difficult for me because I LOVE swimming, water sports, just being in the water in general, and ever since I gained these scars I have refused to wear a bathing suit. I have looked into many types of scar reduction treatments (unfortunately there is no such thing as scar REMOVAL just yet) and they are all EXTREMELY costly, way way WAY out of an averages person price range (about $1000 per session and most treatments require many sessions), and are not covered by insurance as they are considered cosmetic. So, like I said in the beginning of this post, Carrie is very fortunate to be able to afford the very effective, VERY expensive treatments out there that the rest of us can’t.

  49. Lauren II says:

    Carrie is exhausting, but i hope no one hurt her. I am not certain if she is crying out for help, or being thirsty.

  50. Nibbi says:

    man, this is Much Ado About Nothing.

    i think she’s really milking it.

  51. Goats on the Roof says:

    The scarring is quite obvious even on my iPhone screen, so I don’t see how others are missing it.

  52. NotTodaySatan says:

    Definitely visible and somewhat misshapen. Given who she is….it was no doubt traumatic for her, I agree.

    I’ve never been a fan really…..I’m more a Miranda music fan. But I can have sympathy for her experience, sheesh.

  53. Taxi says:

    The scar along her upper lip is very obvious. She’s lucky her teeth weren’t knocked out.