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Country Legend Loretta Lynn Hospitalized After Stroke

Country legend Loretta Lynn has been hospitalized after suffering a stroke.

Via USAToday.

Maria Malta, a publicist for Lynn, confirmed Friday that the 85-year-old singer and songwriter was admitted into a Nashville hospital after suffering the stroke at her home in Hurricane Mills, the Associated Press reported.

According to the Friday afternoon post on her website, Lynn is “currently under medical care and is responsive and expected to make a full recovery.”

Celebrities and country legends have taken to twitter show their support for the 85-year-old country legend.


Loretta Lynn is one of country’s greatest ambassadors. She has been putting out groundbreaking music for decades and her influence has been felt far and wide. No other female country singer has won as many awards as she has. She has sold 45 million records worldwide with ten number one albums and sixteen number one singles on the country charts. She also was the first female country single to earn a spot on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

While she is best known for being a “Coalminer’s Daughter” my favorite song of hers is “Your Ain’t Woman Enough (To Take my Man)”

She gained pop notoriety when she collaborated with The White Stripes’ Jack White on the album “Van Lear Rose”

She also recently collaborated with Willie Nelson

We’re praying for you, Loretta. We hope you made a swift recovery!

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