Jodie Sweetin
Jodie SweetinReuters

"Fuller House" star Jodie Sweetin's impressive run on ABC's dancing reality show "Dancing with the Stars" might be coming to an end. Sweetin reportedly suffered an ankle injury on Thursday during rehearsals and she had to be rushed to the hospital.

"Earlier today, Jodie Sweetin injured her left foot during rehearsals for Dancing with Stars. She was taken by ambulance to a local hospital and she is awaiting her official diagnosis. She is in good spirits while she waits and Keo, along with her fiancee Justin Hodak, are by her side," Sweetin's representative said in a statement to the media, reported E!News.

There hasn't been any update on Sweetin's condition, but according to Celeb Dirty Laundry, there are some alarming points in the statement. One, for instance, is why Sweetin was rushed to a hospital when there are medical professionals around during rehearsals. Her trip to the hospital could mean that Sweetin's injury is much serious than being reported. The website also speculates if Sweetin's injury will take her out of the competition, as she will automatically be eliminated if she doesn't take the stage in the upcoming week.

It would be unfortunate if Sweetin leaves the show, as Monday's Switch-Up episode saw Sweetin and new partner Val Chmerkovskiy showcasing a beautiful performance to "Under Control" by Calvin Harris and Alesso. Judges were clearly impressed with Sweetin's act and she received rave reviews.

Only time will tell if Sweetin will dance her way to the finals despite the injury. But shortly after news of her injury made headlines, Sweetin took to her Instagram page to express sorrow at singer Prince's death.

"Wow. I cried today when I heard. He was my all time favorite. Just this morning, the girls and I were rocking out to his music on the way to school. I got the chance to see him live and it was the most amazing musical experience I've ever had. He was pure genius. #purplerain #paisleypark," the actress wrote.

Dancing With the Stars airs Mondays, 8 p.m. on ABC.