As we've reported, Kelly Osbourne has been in the hospital ever since falling ill and suffering a seizure during a Thursday taping of Fashion Police, and while doctors have been hard at work since, attempting to figure out exactly what caused the fit, sources close to the situation reveal that it could be much more serious than what anyone initially anticipated!
Sadly, medical experts believe that the reality starlet may be suffering from the neurological disorder epilepsy, which is defined by brain alterations that result in the individual being prone to numerous recurrent seizures. Doctors will be running tests while she remains in the hospital for a few more days, but thankfully, there's still a possibility that this was an isolated episode.
She may not have won a Tony award on Sunday, but she got something much better - the rewarding feeling of knowing you helped save someone's life!
Apparently, during an interview in the Green Room, Christie Brinkley stopped what she was doing to rush to the side of a girl who had fainted. Brinkley tended to every need, propping her feet up and calming her down as best she could, until the paramedics came. Then, when the ambulance arrived, she gave the paramedics a rundown of the girl's condition and the correct course of treatment. When one of the paramedics recognized her and said, "Christie Brinkley?" she told the paramedic that the girl "should get a CAT scan. She hit her head hard. You can't tell until she gets one."
Wow! Look at you! Forget Chicago, how's about a guest-spot on Grey's Anatomy? They sing too…sometimes
That was a pretty nice thing you did there, girl! Karma is going to get you back for that in a good way!
Yesterday, KISS king Gene Simmons was taken to Centinela Hospital after he fainted in LAX. Sources close to the singer say that he hit his head after fainting from dehydration. He suffered a minor cut to his head, but was kept over night for observation regardless.
Today, he was released, reportedly doing much better.
Glad to hear it! Got to take care of yourself, Gene!