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Carrie Underwood talks activewear line and her scary accident

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TODAY’s Hoda Kotb sits down with Carrie Underwood in the singer’s first interview since a scary fall that left her with more than 40 stitches. Underwood talks about how she’s recovered and her recent breakthrough moment singing “Cry Pretty” at the ACM Awards. “Everyday, I’m feeling a little more back to normal,” Underwood says.