Blues singer Etta James, known for her classic 1961 song “At Last,” is reportedly terminally ill and in the final stages of leukemia, according to both her live-in doctor and her manager.

Her live-in doctor told the Riverside, Calif. Press-Enterprise that the artist’s illness was declared incurable two weeks ago. According to the Associated Press, Dr. Elaine James, who is not related to the singer, said she wanted to detail James’ health because fans have known she is sick, “but not how sick.”

“I am Southern and Christian, and would just ask for the prayers of her fans and friends,” Elaine James said.

Lupe De Leon, James’ manager, told Entertainment Weekly that the singer had been placed in a care home and was not doing well.

“Etta has a terminal illness. She’s in the final stages of leukemia. She has also been diagnosed with dementia and Hepatitis C. She’s in a home right now and mostly sleeps,” De Leon said. “She is under the care of a live-in doctor from Riverside Community Hospital and two others who have placed her on oxygen. Her husband is with her 24 hours a day, and her sons visit regularly. We’re all very sad. We’re just waiting.”

James made headlines in recent years when she appeared on “Dancing with the Stars” and sang at the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival in 2009. Earlier that year, James complained publicly after Beyonce sang “At Last” during President Barack Obama’s inauguration ball, but later said the comment was meant as a joke.