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Britney Spears Had A Panic Attack At Elton John’s Oscars Party!?

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Oh noes! This is so sad!

It’s being reported that Britney Spears suffered a panic attack at Elton John's AIDS Foundation Oscar-viewing party!

The 32-year-old looked AH-Mazing in her glittering ensem, but she just wasn't feeling so hot.

A source revealed what happened, saying

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The Wanted’s Nathan Sykes Had A Panic Attack Before Vocal Surgery

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We’ve been riding this rollercoaster of emotions since we found out Nathan Skyes from The Wanted needed to have throat surgery, but this sounds terrible.

Sykes opened up about going under the knife, and said that he had a panic attack beforehand!

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NKOTB’s Jonathan Knight Rocks Today Show After Fleeing NYC Concert Due To Anxiety!

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We’re so happy to see him back on top of his game!

Jonathan Knight has been open and honest about struggling with anxiety, and we can’t imagine how hard that makes being in one of the most famous boy bands ever!

The New Kids On The Block were rocking an iHeartRadio concert in New York City last night when Jonathan walked off the stage!!

He later tweeted "I'm sorry…." but we're sure his fans support him 100%!

But even though that show was totes hard on the heartthrob, he

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Naomi Campbell Had A Panic Attack At Olympic Closing Ceremony

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Naomi Campbell has just revealed that she had a panic attack at the London Olympics closing ceremony!

She was featured in a catwalk show during the spectacular closer.

Apparently right before she had to go out, a technical malfunction trapped her backstage!

She said:

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Emma Stone Talks About Horrific Panic Attacks And Her Love For Taylor Swift

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Aside from that Kennedy relative who kicked her out of a wedding reception, the entire world adores Taylor Swift!

Emma Stone is no exception.

In this month's Interview magazine, Emma spoke candidly about her admiration for the way Swifty-poo keeps it real.

She wishes she could be equally open with her fans, but thinks there is a huge difference between acting and singing/songwriting.

She revealed:

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JetBlue Pilot Goes Insane In The Membrane During Flight And Passengers Take Him Down!

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OMG! We can't imagine how scary this was, but thankfully everything turned out okay.

A JetBlue pilot lost his mind on a flight from New York to Las Vegas and threatened to blow up the plane. As a result, the aircraft was forced to land in Texas at the Rick Husband Amarillo International Airport after passengers worked together to tackle the crazed man.

New York City resident

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Are Panic Attacks To Blame For Triathlon Deaths?

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There's been this mystery looming over triathlons and deaths that seemingly come out of nowhere during them. There might be an answer now, though, and the culprit might be panic attacks!

In a triathlon, it starts in the water, goes to biking, and ends with running. Most of the quitters happen in the water, and most of them because of panic attacks. When you look closely though, the number of deaths between 2006 and 2008, there were 14.

13 of them happened in the water.

The official causes of death were drowning, but what caused the drowning?

It's believed to be panic attacks.

Here is the hypothesis:

In the swim event, a combination of stresses can lead to a panic attack (or something like it): the excitement of the moment, the chaos of swimming into and over other people, the chest constriction of the wet suit, the darkness and coldness of the water, competitiveness and the desire not to quit when friends and family are watching. On rare occasions this leads to drowning.

The thing is, most experienced competitors know of how often the panic attacks happen and witness them every single time they start a race. They also experience them themselves. But nobody is officially looking into it.

Which is a mistake.

Lives could be saved if they had some kind of structure to relieve the stresses at the beginning — maybe a staggered start and rely solely on time instead of "who crosses first" at the end. Who knows?

Point is that any death is too many.

[Image via AP Images.]

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