Kathy Griffin has given her fans an update on her health after undergoing surgery for lung cancer. She says her voice is really hoarse now.

The 60-year-old comedian appeared on camera Saturday for the first time after the surgery and shared a video of herself on Instagram.

"I might start to post little videos about my recovery and stuff, but my voice is like really hoarse, and I don't want to scare people," she joked, adding that the change in voice was due to the surgical procedure.

"I'm laughing, it's just even that notion [is funny]," Griffin added. "For some reason, I'm laughing at everything now. And if it's horrible, I laugh way more!"

Many celebrities and fans showed their support for the comedian.

Television personality Kris Jenner commented, "We are praying for you love you!!!!!!," while Sharon Stone wrote, "Sorry baby."

Fellow comedian Rosie O'Donnell wrote in the comments section, "u got this kath !!!"

"Hello Ross" host Ross Mathews and Rosanna Arquette also wished Griffin.

One fan wrote a sweet message, saying, "The best humans are those who can take a s---ty situation and see humor in it Love to you from a complete internet stranger."

Earlier this month, the comedian revealed that she was undergoing treatment for lung cancer.

"The doctors are very optimistic as it is stage one and contained to my left lung," she noted. "Hopefully no chemo or radiation after this and I should have normal function with my breathing. I should be up and running around as usual in a month or less."

The comedian has been lending her voice to "Crank Yankers" since 2003. Griffin was last featured in a Netflix thriller TV series, titled "You," in 2019.

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Comedian Kathy Griffin speaks at a news conference in Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, June 2, 2017. Reuters