Mariah Carey Wheelchair-Bound After Twisting Ankle

Rep says singer was injured in Singapore and failed to pack 'more sensible shoes.'

Days after a video of Mariah Carey taking a dramatic tumble onstage over the weekend hit the Web, the powerhouse — and possibly pregnant — singer was snapped at Los Angeles' LAX airport tooling around in a wheelchair.

On Wednesday (September 29), Carey's rep revealed that the Grammy-winning songstress sustained an injury in Asia and that she needed the new set of wheels because the famously glamorous star only brought along treacherously high heels.

"Mariah twisted her ankle in Singapore and should have packed more sensible shoes, but she doesn't have any," Carey's rep, Cindi Berger, told UsMagazine.com. "I'm sending her a pair of flats today."

Although the video shows Carey sporting a fuller figure, the superstar songbird has ducked rumors that she is indeed expecting.

"I appreciate everyone's well-wishes. But I am very superstitious," she wrote on her website in August. "When the time is right, everyone will know — even Cindi Berger."

Carey's hubby, Nick Cannon, hasn't been any more forthcoming about whether the duo are expecting a little one. However, he has explained that Carey is waiting for the right time to announce any news she may have.

"I think 'superstitious' might be the wrong word," Cannon explained to Us last month. "I think it's more of a spiritual thing, like trying to stay true and stay private for as long as you possibly can. She wants to keep as much privacy as she possibly can."

Cannon maintained that Carey has the final word when it comes to confirming any impending arrivals.

"I've said it before and I'll say it time and time again — when my wife feels like talking about whatever she wants to talk about, you will hear it directly from her," he said. "We all know it's extremely personal, and it is for a woman to deal with things with her body, and especially when dealing with the idea of childbirth and all that stuff."

Despite the onstage spill, Carey sent out a post-show tweet referencing the incident and assuring fans that she was all right.

"TY SO much to my fans in Singapore!!! Yeah, several hectic moments, (lol!)but I tried to swirl them into festive!.Love+ God Bless!" she tweeted on Sunday. "Again Singapore, thanks so much for allowing me to just be who I am &just have fun+connect w/everyone there! Thanks 4 the LOVE!x0x"

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