Carrie Underwood returning to American Idol as mentor

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Underwood emerged from the promise of her 2005 "American Idol" win to become a true multi-format, multimedia superstar, spanning achievements in music, television and film.

The video is emotional, powerfully performed and, among other things, it continues to draw attention to her face, including to how she apparently doesn't look that different after all.

Carrie Underwood has released the music video for her new single, "Cry Pretty"! This year, Carrie celebrates 10 years as a proud Grand Ole Opry member and she released the hit event anthem she co-wrote, "The Champion" featuring Ludacris, which opened NBC's Super Bowl LII and was incorporated into the network's coverage of the 2018 Olympic Winter Games.

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Carrie will help the contestants at rehearsals in Nashville, Tennessee, as they prepare for their live performances, which will air in the US this weekend (13May18). In the fall, she broke her wrist and injured her face, requiring 40 to 50 stitches. Underwood was anxious about the damage to her upper lip leaving a scar, and even told fans to be prepared for any changes to her appearance. Over the next few months, she wouldn't bare her full face to cameras.

The music video also jumps around to scenes of Underwood getting ready in her bedroom. She has been very secretive about her injuries, especially to her upper lip.

Cutting between the country star's public and private lives, the "Cry Pretty" video shows Underwood alone at home crying in her shower and bedroom before going onstage to perform a triumphant rendition of the song in glitter tears. It's the title track of a new album (her first for Capitol Records Nashville) that will be released September 14. This is the first time Underwood is part of the production of an album, as she is co-producing her album with a producer/writer named David Garcia.