In May of 2017, country superstar Loretta Lynn suffered a stroke.
The 85-year-old music star was at her home when the stroke hit. Lynn was still touring her music, but was advised by doctors to postpone all her shows after the medical emergency.
Lynn, a coal miner's daughter, shot to fame in the '60s with her biographical hits "Coal Miner's Daughter," ''You Ain't Woman Enough," ''The Pill," and "One's on the Way."
Loretta Lynn's publicist released this information on her website after the stroke happened:
"American country music legend Loretta Lynn was admitted into a hospital in Nashville Thursday night after she suffered a stroke at her home in Hurricane Mills, Tennessee."
Three months after her stroke, a statement has been released on Loretta Lynn's recovery and how it will affect things moving forward.
Continue reading to find out an update on Loretta Lynn's health.
After three months recovering in the hospital and at a rehabilitation center, Loretta Lynn has returned to her home in Tennessee.
On Wednesday, Lynn released a statement on Facebook regarding her condition.
"Thank you so much for all of your prayers, love, and support. I'm happy to say that I'm at home with my family and getting better by the day," she wrote on Facebook. "My main focus now is making a full recovery so that I can get back to putting all of me into what I love, sharing my music with all of you. I’m just letting everybody know that Willie [Nelson] ain’t dead yet and neither am I, and I can’t wait to see all of you on the road!"
As for her album, Lynn says that will be put on hold until the new year so she can put her full focus towards promoting it.
We're glad the country music legend is getting healthy, and we can't wait to hear her new music!