Kristen Chenoweth has spoken out for the first time about her recovery following her serious injury while filming on the set of "The Good Wife" almost two weeks ago.
Taking to her Twitter account, Chenoweth tweeted on Tuesday, "To all my fans: thank you for support and love!"
Her tweet in fact coincided with her 44th birthday, and the celebrations seemed to have put her in a particularly perky mood. She continued her message to fans by tweeting, "Doin better everyday. More to come when I'm able! … I love you guys xo."
Almost two weeks ago Chenoweth was rushed to hospital after being hit by some lighting equipment that had fallen from the set of "The Good Wife." The incident happened during filming at a Brooklyn location.
Chenoweth is best known on Broadway for her spectacular performance as Sally Brown in "You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown," in 1999. For that role she won a Tony Award.
She has also won plaudits for her role as Glinda in the popular musical "Wicked" in 2003. On TV she is best known for playing Annabeth Schott in NBC's The West Wing. However, she has also received recognition for her role as Olive Snook on ABC comedy drama "Pushing Daisies," for which she also won an Emmy Award in 2009. Most recently Chenoweth also starred in the controversial ABC series GCB in 2012.
Chenoweth has also spoken out publicly about her religious faith, and described herself as a "non judgmental, liberal Christian."