Country singer Tanya Tucker has been hospitalized after suffering a rib injury.
The 58-year-old also fractured a vertebra from falling during her tour. Her hospitalization has caused her to postpone three tour dates in Kansas and Oklahoma.
Her publicist also revealed that she was diagnosed with bronchitis after she was checked into a hospital in Texas. Though Tucker will undergo breathing treatments and physical therapy, she won’t need to go through surgery.
Back in October, Tucker was hospitalized for an upper respiratory infection and was forced to postpone six tour dates. At the time, she said, "I cannot apologize enough to all the fans who bought tickets and were looking forward to seeing us on the road. I just feel terrible, but I’ll get even worse if I don’t take care of myself. I love you all."
Tucker is known for her songs “Delta Dawn,” "Two Sparrows in a Hurricane” and "Texas (When I Die)."