Carrie Underwood shares another distant photo of face ahead of ACM Awards

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To find out the winners, watch the ACM's Sunday night at 7 p.m. on Channel 5.

While the accident was understandably "traumatic" for Underwood, an Entertainment Tonight source recently revealed that she feels more than ready for her musical comeback this weekend. "It's very exciting. I love live television". Grammy nominee Julia Michaels will join Keith Urban on Urban's new single "Coming Home". Country superstar Reba McEntire returns as the host for the 15th time.

The ceremony will take place about a mile from the site of a massacre that killed almost 60 country music fans in October. Thomas Rhett is next with six nominations, including Male Vocalist of the Year and Album of the Year.

"She mentioned she had like 40 or 50 stitches in her face, so everyone has been anxious to check out if Carrie is okay and what's going on", she said. "It felt like the right moment to do this song".

A new part of the broadcast will be "ACM Flashbacks" of classic country hits or artists and their impact on the country music of today.

Underwood is nominated for Female Vocalist of The Year and Vocal Event of The Year for "The Fighter" alongside Australian singer-songwriter Keith Urban.

"So when you see that performance back, if you ever look at it online, that was us, completely panicked, not knowing what in the world we were gonna do, and Jennifer's like, 'Forget it, let's go barefoot-just go!' And that was us". "I have one really disgusting memory from Las Vegas but I have a thousand great ones". Another performer who shied away from the stage for a little while, was Jason Aldean, who was on stage at the Route 91 Harvest Festival, when a devastating shooting took the lives of 58 people and left 851 injured, as reported by Rolling Stone.

"It's not just another city", said Fisher.

"We are going to give recognition and tribute to the folks of the tragedy that happened here in Vegas not too long ago because a lot of our family in the country music business was involved", McEntire says.

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