Former 'American Idol' winner Fantasia Barrino was released from a North Carolina hospital on Wednesday, two days after she overdosed on aspirin and sleep aids, reports. The singer's overdose has been characterized as a suicide attempt by authorities.

Barrino's manager, Brian Dickens, confirmed her release in a statement: "She has been lifted up by the outpouring of love and support from her fans. She is more committed than ever to her daughter and her work because they are her heart, her soul and inspiration."

Early Wednesday, Monday night's 911 call and the corresponding police report were released. Both referred to her overdose as a suicide attempt. In the 911 call, a male reports, "An individual took a bottle of Aspirin and she is slowly losing consciousness."