Hurting any part of your body isn't fun, but Mariah Carey's latest injury proves to be one of the most difficult experiences of her life. In fact, the soulful singer compares the pain from her dislocated shoulder to giving birth to her twins Morocco and Monroe.
"I feel like I have suffered the toughest experience of my life about several things," she told E! News. "One was having twins and anybody who's ever had multiples will know it is one of the most difficult experiences ever but the reward is just beyond—I can't even explain how rewarding having these babies is for me. But yeah, breaking my rib was not festive. Dislocating my shoulder was not a good thing, either."
Luckily, Nick Cannon's leading lady doesn't have suffer as much anymore.
"I'm like 95 percent healed, but we're good. We're getting there," she added.
The celeb recently posted a lengthy message on her Facebook page to her "lambs," detailing her challenging experience the last three months.
"Getting through this injury has been the toughest experience of my life," the Grammy winner wrote. "It's a huge deal, it should have taken eight months and even my doctors can't believe it," she says. "It's been a long journey, the physical therapists have been incredible and I am very grateful to all of them for helping me."
Watch the clips to hear more about her injury and to get the scoop on her next single "The Art of Letting Go."
—Reporting by Vanessa McDonald
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