THE WORST THREE MONTHS OF HER LIFE

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HOR­RIFIC AC­CI­DENT

Car­rie was hos­pi­tal­ized af­ter fall­ing out­side her Nashville home in Novem­ber. The in­ci­dent is still shrouded in mys­tery, but her in­juries in­cluded a gash on her face that re­quired 40 to 50 stitches and a bro­ken wrist that re­quired surgery. “I’ll be set­ting off air­port metal de­tec­tors,” she later joked in a tweet.

MISSED THE OK­LA­HOMA HALL OF FAME IN­DUC­TION

Be­cause of her in­juries, the Che­co­tah, Okla., na­tive was un­able to at­tend the Ok­la­homa Hall of Fame in­duc­tion cer­e­mony on Nov. 16, thus for­feit­ing her spot. At the time, a Hall of Fame rep said Car­rie would be el­i­gi­ble again in the fu­ture.

BOMB­SHELL REVE­LA­TION

In De­cem­ber, Car­rie posted a photo to In­sta­gram — her first fol­low­ing the ac­ci­dent — but kept her face cov­ered with a scarf. She later wrote in a let­ter to fans that “I might look a bit dif­fer­ent.”

TAUNTED ON­LINE

Some peo­ple con­nected to Car­rie in the past ap­peared to be mak­ing fun of the star when they posted this pic­ture on Face­book of them wear­ing masks and adding the hash­tag #might­lookd­if­fer­ent.

MIKE AN­NOUNCES RE­TURN TO HOCKEY

His de­ci­sion to play in the NHL again has Car­rie con­cerned about his health. “She reads the re­ports about ath­letes, es­pe­cially foot­ball and hockey play­ers, tak­ing re­peated blows to the head and how it af­fects their lives down the road,” says a source. “She’s wor­ried sick.”

SPEED­ING TICKET MELT­DOWN

Car­rie ad­mit­ted she was an emo­tional wreck when she was pulled over by cops on Jan. 29. “Well, it hap­pened to­day,” she later tweeted. “Af­ter 18 years, I can no longer say I’ve never been pulled over for speed­ing.”

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