This is so scary.
[Image via Joel Ginsburg/WENN.]
Just yesterday Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling received a lifetime ban from the NBA, and while he still hasn't been forced to sell his team yet, people are already lining up to take his job!
Well it looks like Malcolm In The Middle actor Frankie Muniz is also getting in the, um, middle of things as
We haven't gotten any specific details, but he IS well enough to get on Twitter to alert fans and friends as to what happened.
Here's what he said:
Frankie Muniz called into Johnjay and Rich, a radio show, to talk about his recent mini-stroke.
We previously mentioned that Frankie had a "mini-stroke" and ended up in the hospital.
He opened up to the radio hosts, who he was apparently friends with, and told them how the most unexpected consequence was all the national media attention.
He didn't expect people to care that much about him.
Frankie! You're America's sweetheart! Of course we'd care!
So how is he feeling now??
He's much better, and out of the hospital.
All he's really feeling right now is very lethargic.
He plans on taking charge of his health, mainly citing the fact that he eats like a ten year old (junk food) and stresses out all the time.
We hope you recover completely Frankie!!
Check out the audio from the radio interview AFTER THE JUMP!!
The 26-year-old wound up in the hospital last Friday after being unable to see or speak properly!
"I couldn't say words. I thought I was saying them. My fiancée was looking at me as if I was speaking a foreign language."
He was apparently riding his motorcycle in Phoenix on Friday when he suddenly lost vision in one eye and his body became numb.
That's incredibly dangerous! What if he was going really fast?!
Frankie Muniz was hospitalized after what's being called a "mini stroke," and there's no word on the cause.
He was actually admitted last Friday, and is now on his way back to full health — with an added fear we can't even imagine. At 26, this shouldn't be happening.
Here's what the Malcolm in the Middle star said about it on Twitter:
Celebs made their rounds at the 4th annual Fighters Only World MMA Awards 2011 in Vegas!
We're sure it was a fun filled night, and we're pretty sure no MMA beatdowns broke out while it was going on — but we aren't 100%, so don't quote us on that! Ha
Check out the pics below!
[Image via WENN.]
Long Beach got celebrified on Saturday when the celebs came out for the Toyota Grand Prix Pro Celebrity Race.
Everyone from Frankie Muniz to Djimon Hounsou showed up.
Even though Frankie looks super strapping in that uniform, it’s hard to imagine him driving a race car!
[Image via Nikki Nelson/WENN.com.]