Alfonso Ribeiro Says Daughter Is ‘No Longer in Pain’ After Scooter Accident but ‘There’s Still Scarring’

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The 'Dancing with the Stars' co-host's daughter suffered an injury after falling off her scooter earlier this summer

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Alfonso Ribeiro is giving an update on his daughter after her scary injury earlier this summer.

On Friday, the Dancing with the Stars co-host, 52, joined Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos, both 52, on an episode of Live with Kelly and Mark, sharing that his 4-year-old daughter Ava Sue is doing much better after falling off a scooter.

"She's doing much better," Ribeiro says of his daughter, "She's, I wouldn't say fully healed. There's still scarring a little bit that's going away. Luckily, her face scar is the least of all of it — some scars still on the arms."

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"But she's no longer in pain. Emotionally, she's great," he continues. "She literally is a complete daredevil, has no fear. The minute it happened she was like, 'I want back on the scooter.' 'You're not riding the scooter! You and the scooter are done!'"

"And the boys are still playing baseball?" Ripa asks of Ribeiro and wife Angela's sons Alfonso "AJ" Lincoln, 9, and Anders Reyn, 8. The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air alum is also father to 20-year-old daughter Sienna from a previous relationship.

"The boys are playing baseball. I'm no longer coaching. It's hard for me, though," Ribeiro says.

"What do you do when one of them strikes out?" Consuelos asks.

"'Come on, get it next time,'" Ribeiro says as Consuelos notes that the actor is "positive."

"Absolutely. Listen, baseball is a game of failure. And so, the best players in history strike out or get out, 7 out of 10 times. So it's not a game where it's always going to work for you," Ribeiro says. "So failure is the tools you use for success."

The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air actor previously opened up about what happened to his daughter the day before her 4th birthday on a past episode of Live with Kelly and Mark.

"On Thursday, unfortunately, my daughter got injured and had to have emergency surgery," Ribeiro told Ripa and Consuelos at the time.

"So it was a very stressful weekend. She fell and had basically road rash on her face and arm, and so they had to scalpel off all the skin."

When Consuelos asked Ribeiro if Ava was going to be okay, the actor responded, "It's going to be a long process."

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