Carrie Underwood Hid a Part of Her Appearance from the Public 7 Years Ago and ‘Nobody Knew it’

by Chris Haney
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Country superstar Carrie Underwood recently revealed that she had braces for months about seven years ago without anyone actually knowing about them.

Underwood spoke with Women’s Health recently in a segment they call “Body Scan.” The country singer, like so many others in grade school, opened up about having braces as a teenager. She laughed when talking about her experience with braces during her teen years. Underwood also admitted that she didn’t wear her retainer regularly, therefore her teeth started to shift as years passed.

By the time she chose to fix her teeth again, Carrie Underwood was already famous and perpetually in the spotlight. Yet according to the country singer, no one knew that she had braces on her bottom teeth. She was able to keep it secret for three months – even on the red carpet.

“I went to an orthodontist and I was like, alright, we’ve gotta make this quick. It’s such a little thing, but it’s only going to get worse, so let’s fix it now. And he did, in like three months,” Carrie Underwood explained to Women’s Health.

“So there was a period of my life that nobody knew I had braces on the bottom for like three months. And I was doing red carpets and stuff like that just trying not to smile too big,” she recalled with a laugh. “It was probably like seven years ago, but nobody knew it!”

Carrie Underwood’s Recent Virtual Concert Raised $112,000 for Charity

On Easter Day, Carrie Underwood performed her newest album, My Savior, live at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, Tennessee. The virtual live concert, titled My Savior: Live From The Ryman,” saw Underwood perform songs from her first gospel album. The album is filled with gospel anthems that the country singer grew up cherishing.

Additionally, Underwood’s virtual Easter show raised money for a worthy cause. The event raised $112,000 for the Save the Children organization, according to a UMG Nashville press release. The funds will help change the lives of children around the world through the organization’s humanitarian work.

Furthermore, “My Savior: Live From The Ryman,” was viewed by over 2.5 million fans worldwide. Fans tuned in from across the globe, including England, Australia, Brazil, Ghana, Germany, South Africa, Mexico, Sweden and more. Millions more watched Carrie Underwood’s performance clips online during a 48-hour window for the free event.

“On a day normally reserved for church congregations and family, Facebook brought Carrie Underwood and her My Savior album directly into people’s homes worldwide in real time to celebrate Easter in an unprecedented way, allowing for both celebration and a direct giving campaign to benefit children in need all over the world,” said UMG Nashville President Cindy Mabe. “The results were humbling and powerful and speak to Carrie’s one of a kind ability to connect, shine and uplift audiences around the world.”

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