Kelly Osbourne has likened her life to an episode of TV medical drama House.
The reality TV star was filming US show Fashion Police last week when she was struck by sudden convulsions and rushed to hospital.
Kelly has taken to Twitter to make light of her unexplained seizure, comparing her life to hit medical drama House.
"My life is now like an episode of House = the impending fight against death and the look of fear in everyones faces! (sic)," she wrote on the social networking site.
Kelly confirmed news of her condition last week and updated her Twitter followers on the incident. She also thanked fans for their support.
“Thank U all 4 UR beautiful well wishes yes I did have a seizure they are just trying to figure out why? (sic)” she posted to her followers.
The 28-year-old attached a picture to her message, showing her tattooed arm attached to a drip.
There were reports doctors thought the star might have epilepsy over the weekend, which her representative has since dismissed as “premature”.
Entertainment Tonight claims the seizure lasted 30 seconds and occurred at the end of a one-hour taping for the show.
Kelly's Fashion Police co-stars Joan and Melissa Rivers were on set at the time and an audience member who happened to be a doctor is said to have rushed to the star’s aid.
Meanwhile, Kelly's brother Jack has weighed in on Justin Bieber's disastrous time of late.
The Canadian superstar hit headlines for all the wrong reasons last week as he embarked on the UK leg of his Believe tour.
Justin was slammed for his "disgusting" behaviour after turning up late to the first of his string of shows at London's O2 Arena, before getting into a foul-mouthed scuffle with a photographer in the UK capital.
Jack has noticed a couple of tell-tale signs surrounding the young star's well-being.
"Ok it's it me are is Justin Bieber literally about to unravel in front of our very eyes? Hope it doesn't get too crazy for the young lad," he wrote on Twitter, before adding: "PS someone clearly didn't tell him to not f**k with the British press (sic)."
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