Amy Grant has been hospitalized following a bicycle accident.
The 61-year-old singer allegedly fell during a bike ride with a friend, but was said to be wearing a helmet at the time and said to be in “stable” condition.
A rep told ETOnline: “Amy was taken to Vanderbilt Hospital and treated for cuts and abrasions after falling while on a bike ride with a friend. She was admitted and stayed the night in hospital as a precaution and staying another night for observation and treatment. She is in stable condition but has decided to stay in hospital overnight to be extra careful.”
The news comes just days after the ‘That’s What Love is For’ singer – who is known as the Queen of Christian Pop – was chosen to be inducted into the Kennedy Center Honors alongside George Clooney, Gladys Knight, U2 and Tania Leon.
In 2020, Amy spent time in hospital undergoing open heart surgery after suffering from the rare condition PAPVR (abnormal partial pulmonary venous return).
After the operation, she said women tend to “put their health on the back burner” and urged others to bring their concerns to a doctor.
She said: “I think women tend to put their health on the back burner. It’s more like, ‘Oh my kids, my grandkids, my job, my wife.’ All of those things and we need each other’s gift. So even if you’re like, ‘Oh, I don’t have anything on the radar’, have someone else check it out!”