The former 'American Idol' judge is rushed to hospital after dislocating shoulder while filming a video with Young Jeezy for the remix of her latest single, '#Beautiful'.
Mariah Carey was hurried to a New York City hospital on Sunday night, July 7, after dislocating her shoulder during a music video shoot. "Mariah injured herself while filming a video with Jeezy for the remix of '#Beautiful', directed by her husband Nick Cannon," Cindi Berger, Carey's representative, said.
"She was taken to hospital late last night, where doctors reset her shoulder," Berger continued. She added that fans didn't have to worry about the singer's condition, saying, "She is fine and is recovering at home."
Page Six, which broke the news, reported that Carey was filming the video at Avenue and Artichoke Pizza in Chelsea with Young Jeezy when she took a tumble in her towering high heels. She was then taken to a hospital in the Upper East Side to have her shoulder fixed.
Despite the injury, Carey will reportedly still perform a free concert with Major League Baseball to benefit Hurricane Sandy Relief in Central Park's Great Lawn on July 13. A source said, "She will perform, but it is likely she will have her arm in a sling."
Originally recorded with Miguel, "#Beautiful" is the lead single off Carey's upcoming album, "The Art of Letting Go". Intially set to be released in July, the album will arrive later this year.