Sean Kingston was all smiles as he walked his first red carpet since his harrowing May watercraft accident.
"I feel good, I feel like nothing ever happened," Sean told Access Hollywood, referring to the accident in Miami that landed him in the ICU.
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"It's a blessing to be back," the "Beautiful Girls" singer continued. "Working on my music. I'm working with a lot of new producers… so, it's going to be amazing man. I'm excited, I can't wait!"
Sean told Access he was excited to show up and support his friend and collaborator Justin Bieber, who has been a huge support to him in recent months.
"That's my lil' bro… that's a great friend. He's a loyal friend," the singer said. "He's been there with me since I came out the hospital."
As previously reported on AccessHollywood.com, Sean was released from a Miami hospital in June, almost a month after crashing his watercraft into a bridge.
Upon his release, he Tweeted, "Feeling alot better! GOD IS GREAT! Thanks for all the prayers and support! Love you ALL!"
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