Brad Paisley Has 'Incredible Respect' for Carrie Underwood After Fall

Brad Paisley thinks Carrie Underwood has inspired women around the world to love how they look.

In an exclusive interview with CMT’s Cody Alan, Brad revealed he has been in contact with Carrie throughout her recent injuries, calling his CMA Awards co-host “so brave through this.”

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“I’m watching with incredible respect and awe about how she’s handled all of this,” Brad tells Cody exclusively. “It’s not easy. This is a world where people are cynical. You can have an injury and people can be cynical…. It’s a moment in time in our nation and in our world where women are dealing with some of these things, and here’s someone not afraid to say, ‘Okay—look. I know what I’ve been through is something that can inspire others who have similar situations or wonder about how they look.”

Carrie recently returned to the limelight following a November fall that left her with a broken wrist and more than 40 stitches in her face.

Brad adds he’s “very proud” of Carrie for handling the aftermath of her injury “so well.”

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The "Last Time for Everything" singer performed a sold-out concert Saturday (May 12) at the Santa Barbara Bowl to benefit the community and the victims of the recent mudslides in the area.

Get full coverage from the concert and watch Cody’s full interview with Brad Saturday and Sunday (May 19-20) on CMT Hot 20 Countdown.

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