Kris Allen - Kris Allen Breaks Wrist, Pregnant Wife Injured In New Year's Car Crash

American Idol winner Kris Allen and his wife Katy were involved in a serious car crash on New Year's Day, leaving the singer with a broken wrist. Allen, his family and their dog Zorro were in the car at the time. His mother Kim tweeted, "Kristopher and Katy are both pretty beat up but ALIVE! Thank you Jesus! They are setting his arm now and will have surgery tomorrow. Zorro is fine, too! Very shook up, but not injured."

Allen, who won season eight of the singing contest, was supposed to begin his 'Out Alive' tour this month, though that may be pushed back given his injury. He updated fans on his condition this week, tweeting, "Thank you @Ford for equipping me with a car that kept my whole family @katyallen @Zorropup and the little one we have on the way safe." According to the Hollywood Reporter, he was awarded a Ford car after winning American Idol in May 2009. Shortly after news of the accident broke, hundreds of well-wishers took to Twitter to offer words of encouragement: among them, E Street Band guitarist Steve Van Zandt and his wife. "Stevie and I are sending love and prayers out to Kris and all of you. So thankful it wasn't worse & that he's doing well," Maureen Van Zandt tweeted.

Allen released his second major-label album Thank You Camellia in May 2012. It was met by mostly positive reviews.


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