On the Mend
Rapper Lil Wayne revealed that the root of his health issues and his recent bout with seizures is epilepsy.Power 106 radio in Los Angeles, he explained, "The bad news is, I'm an epileptic, so I'm prone to seizures. This isn't my first, second, third, fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh seizure. I've had a bunch of seizures; y'all just never hear about it.”
A spokesman for Mantle’s team told the BBC that Clive, 55, was pinned to the ground and had a portion of his ear bitten off after he asked fellow patrons at the Newcastle Travelodge to keep the noise down. The star was in Newcastle for a performance of “The Ladykillers” at the Theatre Royal.
The source said, "He is very shaken and shocked by what has happened, you don't expect this kind of thing to happen in a hotel. The part of the ear that was bitten off was found and sewn back on. Mr. Mantle said the police, ambulance and hospital staff were amazing."
The accused attacker, 32, was charged with wounding with intent, and will appear before magistrates next month.
TV personality Carnie Wilson revealed on Twitter that she was diagnosed with Bell's palsy, a nerve disorder that causes partial facial paralysis.
Mixed reports surfaced Friday night regarding Lil Wayne’s condition after suffering another seizure. At one point, TMZ claimed he was in a medical induced coma, at another, Wayne tweeted “I’m good everybody.”People, “Lil’ Wayne is doing well. Thanks for your concern.”
Rapper Lil Wayne was taken to an L.A. hospital this week after suffering multiple seizures.
Sources told TMZ that Wayne had the seizures Tuesday after shooting a music video and was rushed to the hospital. He was released several hours later and is doing much better now.
This isn’t the first time Wayne has had a health crisis. He suffered two seizures on board separate airplanes last October.
The rapper later acknowledged he had been prescribed seizure medication.
The 83-year-old actor had to be escorted off the stage after he was seen struggling with his lines.
In a statement from his rep, “While performing his one-man show ‘FDR’ in Gary, Indiana last night, Ed Asner had to be taken to off stage due to exhaustion and is resting comfortably at a Chicago area hospital and is expected to be released later today.”
TMZ spoke with Asner’s son, Matt, who said, "My dad is doing fine… He is resting now at an Indiana hospital and is doing well and very grumpy, which with him is always a good thing."
Matt Asner added, "He is being assessed right now and what I can say is that it was not a stroke. That much we do know. He was feeling under the weather for a few weeks so he may just need some rest, but for now he is just fine."
Asner is best known for his role as Lou Grant on "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" and the spin-off, "Lou Grant." He was also the President of the Screen Actors Guild.
His “Mary Tyler Moore” co-star Valerie Harper recently announced she has terminal brain cancer.
TV personality Kelly Osbourne is feeling much better! She returned home from the hospital on Monday after a five-day stay, as doctors ran tests to find out why she suffered a seizure on the set of the E! show “Fashion Police.”told E! News.
TV personality Kelly Osbourne remains in the hospital after suffering a seizure on the set of her E! show “Fashion Police” on Thursday, as doctors run tests to determine the cause, including a test for epilepsy.
Osbourne’s rep told UsWeekly.com, “There is absolutely no confirmed diagnosis regarding Kelly's condition. She is under a doctor's care and they are continuing to run tests. Kelly is fine and thanks everyone for their continued support."