After being taken to the hospital on Wednesday due to a bike accident in Nashville, singer Amy Grant is now on the mend.

A representative for the “Baby Baby” singer, 61, said she fell while riding with a friend and was brought to Vanderbilt Hospital to be treated for wounds and abrasions. When the accident happened, she was donning a helmet.

According to the spokeswoman, Grant is in stable condition and spent the night in the hospital out of caution. She will remain overnight on Thursday as well for observation and care.

The incident occurred two years after the celebrity, who is married to singer Vince Gill, underwent open-heart surgery to treat a rare disease that was only detected at a checkup but was there since birth.

PAPVR (partial anomalous pulmonary venous return) was the diagnosis for Grant, who said she underwent a successful operation in June 2020.

In a 2017 interview with Good Morning America, the Christian pop singer said: “I think ladies tend to put their health on the back burner.” “It sounds more like, “Oh, my kids, my grandkids, my job, and my spouse.” We need each other’s gifts in addition to all of those other things. Therefore, even if you say, “Oh, I have nothing on the radar,” ask someone else to look into it.”

Grant was chosen as one of the five recipients of this year’s Kennedy Center Honors earlier this month. On December 4, she will receive recognition on the Kennedy Center Opera House stage in Washington, D.C.

Grant made a statement on the honor when the 45th class of recipients for the yearly ceremony was revealed earlier this month.

The performer admitted that he had never in his wildest thoughts imagined getting one of the prestigious Kennedy Center Honors. I’ve witnessed a lot of my heroes being serenaded over the years by friends and other artists, and I’ve always been inspired by how music and movies can unite people and help them see the best in one another.

Grant went on, “Together with my fellow awardees, friends, and family, I can’t wait to celebrate. We appreciate you extending the invitation to all of us.”