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Kelly Osbourne praises hospital staff

Published 12/03/2013

Kelly Osbourne
Kelly Osbourne

Kelly Osbourne says being back in her own bed after her hospital stay is “so nice”.

The reality TV star was rushed to hospital after she experienced convulsions while taping show Fashion Police.

The star has now been allowed home and has taken to Twitter to show her appreciation for all the care she received while at Cedars-Senai Medical Center in Los Angeles.

“Thank you to all the Doctors Nurses Medical Staff & Employees @CedarsSinai Hospital for fixing me enough to go home its so nice to bein bed! (sic),” she posted today.

There were reports doctors thought the 28-year-old might have epilepsy over the weekend, which her representative has since dismissed as “premature”.

Her mother Sharon has now spoken out about Kelly’s wellbeing, admitting doctors are still puzzled about the symptoms and that she is grateful the episode was captured on tape to help experts.

“We were very blessed that, in a way, that Kelly, when she had her seizure, she had while she was filming, so it was filmed. We needed that to show the neurologist so they could see what was happening,” she explained on The Talk.

“Kelly is doing fine and has asked me to thank everybody who sends their love to her and have reached out to her. So many people.”

Kelly took to Twitter last week to confirm she had a seizure and thank her fans for all their kind messages.

She also used the social networking site to make light of her situation, joking her life had become like an episode of medical drama House.

“We all believe in the power of positive thinking and sending good vibes. We strongly believe in it, and the Osbournes, we want to thank everyone. And I thank her doctors and I thank everyone at Cedars,” Sharon continued.

“And she's on medication. She's fine; nobody knows why she had it... Can't figure out a reason why, but she is fine and naughty.”

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