Country singing legend Loretta Lynn has been admitted to a hospital in a Nashville after suffering a stroke at her Hurricane Mills Ranch on Thursday night.

Loretta Lynn gives family, friends and fans a little scare.

Loretta Lynn's rep reveals that the 85-year-old "Coal Miner's Daughter" hitmaker is resting, talkative and expected to make a full recovery. Reports reveal that Loretta, who is currently touring has been advised by her doctors to take some time off, which means postponing some upcoming tour dates while she fully recuperates.

Loretta Lynn fans flood singer's social media with prayers and well wishes.

At this time, Lynn has already postponed two of her four concert appearances. The first in South Carolina scheduled for May 6th, and her Pennsylvania show on May 12.

Loretta Lynn began her long and successful career in country music more than six decades ago. At the very young age of 15, Loretta met and married husband Doolittle Lynn. Doolittle enjoyed listening to Loretta sing to the couple's six children so much he bought her a guitar as an anniversary gift.

Loretta taught herself to play the guitar and began writing many of her now hit songs based on her somewhat troubled marital life. With her husband's encouragement and support, Loretta then went on to become and continues on as one of the most popular and biggest selling country singers of all times.

Loretta and Doolittle were married for nearly 50-years despite their numerous ups and downs until his death in in 1996. Loretta describes her turbulent, but loving marriage as "one of the hardest love stories" ever. In 1972 Lynn was honored as she became the first woman to win Country Music Entertainer of the Year. Throughout her career, Lynn has released 60 albums and won four Grammy Awards.

In 1988 Loretta was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame.

Loretta Lynn is best known for her hit country songs, "You Ain't Woman Enough To Take My Man," "Don't Come Home a Drinkin," Fist City, " "You're Lookin at Country," and of course the most famous "Coal Miner's Daughter" to name a very small list of Lynn's hits.

On August 18th, 2017 Loretta will release her latest album "Wouldn't It Be Great." Lynn's fans are currently flooding the singer's social media pages with well wishes and prayers for a speedy recovery.

As previously reported, over Labor Day of last year, Loretta made news headlines after she was treated for a serious fall at her Hurricane Hills home that left her unable to perform at the ranch with the Van Lear Sisters, Lynn's sister, singer Crystal Gayle filled in for Lynn after reading a letter written by Loretta to the fans, apologizing for her absence.

Get well soon Loretta!