Loretta Lynn is on the mend.
The 85-year-old songstress has been moved from a Nashville hospital to a rehabilitation facility after suffering a stroke in her Hurricane Mills, Tennessee, home earlier this month. According to an update on Lynn's Facebook page, the country legend is said to be "doing great."
"Loretta wants to thank everybody for their prayers love and support," the message reads. "Loretta has been moved from hospital facility in to rehabilitation and we're happy to report she is doing great!" The Facebook post is tagged, "Feeling grateful."
An earlier post from the singer's team said that she is "expected to make a full recovery," though Lynn was unfortunately forced to postpone all upcoming performances.
ET was with Lynn just last year as she prepared to release her first new album in 12 years.
"I probably worked harder than anyone in the business," she said at the time. "I worked harder than all of them to tell you the truth. People today are too daggone lazy to do these kinds of things."
She did, however, have plenty of praise for stars like Miranda Lambert and Taylor Swift. See what she said, below.