Fantasia Barrino Is 'Resting Comfortably' After Canceling Concert Due to Second-Degree Burns

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Happy to hear Fantasia Barrino is doing OK.

The season three winner of American Idol issued a statement to ET following her canceled Memphis, Tennessee, show on Sunday night over an undisclosed accident that caused second-degree burns.

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"Fantasia suffered a minor accident yesterday afternoon and is resting comfortably," the singer's rep tells ET. "At this moment, our plan is to resume the tour in Los Angeles on Wednesday at the Microsoft Theater. She thanks all of her fans for their kind messages of love and support, and is looking forward to getting back out on the road."

Fantasia broke the news of her canceled concert via Instagram on Sunday, noting only a "minor accident."

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Shortly afterward, Fantasia's husband, Kendall Taylor, shared a picture of her in the hospital, writing, "My Wife experienced an accident today causing 2nd degree burns on her arm. She's steady asking the Doc 'Can I perform tonight?' But we must be wise and realize this isn't a race, but rather a marathon."

"So Memphis, our team is already working to create a means that she can redeem this time with you. She had something truly special planned for tonight. So please, keep my Queen lifted in prayer, asking our God to heal her rapidly with no last negative affects," he added. "Rock Soul won't be denied, this is simply a delay that will prove to be necessary for what's to come. We love you all and thank you for your understanding and support!"

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Get well soon, Fantasia.

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