Monday 8 August 2022 08:37 AM The Voice star Wendy Moten reveals she's still recovering... 10 months after ... trends now
Wendy Moten is still recovering from the injuries she sustained moments after performing live on The Voice 10 months ago.
The singer, 57, who was a member of Blake Shelton's team for season 21, tripped over a floor monitor and fell down on both of her arms, breaking several bones in the process.
In a new interview with People, Moten revealed she's in a bit of a state of disbelief over the length of her recovery and rehabilitation, which includes still going to physical therapy three times a week.
Still on the mend: Wendy Moten, 57, revealed she's still recovering from the injuries she sustained after falling moments after performing on The Voice on November 23, 2021
The Memphis, Tennessee native, who's now based in Nashville, suffered a broken right elbow, a fractured left wrist, and she broke a small piece of a bone in her left hand.
Although in serious pain and without the use of her arms, Moten would go on and continue in the competition for three more weeks until the finale on December 16, where she ended up placing second.
The vocalist, who's the daughter of a pastor who began singing in a church choir as a child, would return home to Tennessee and undergo surgery the very next day.
'I've never been broken before,' Moten admitted, adding, 'And so, it's a new experience, but I remind myself that there are people dealing with far more serious things. I'll be OK. I'll just keep working at it.'
Her injuries: The Tennessee native suffered a broken right elbow, a fractured left wrist, and she broke