SHARON OSBOURNE Rushed To Las Vegas Hospital For 'Heat Exhaustion'
The following item was published in today's edition of the New York Post:
Sharon Osbourne was rushed by ambulance to a Las Vegas hospital Friday night after she fell ill backstage at an Ozzy Osbourne concert. Sharon, who has undergone chemotherapy treatments after being diagnosed with colon cancer last June, was watching Ozzy perform at the Hard Rock Hotel when she was overcome by heat exhaustion, confirmed her spokeswoman, Lisa Vega. "While she was watching Ozzy's show, it got very hot in the club," Vega said. "She did not collapse. She felt faint. Out of concern for Sharon, an ambulance was called. She was taken to the hospital, but it was nothing serious. We were there for about 20 minutes." After she was released, Sharon and Ozzy had dinner in their hotel suite. But Jack Osbourne and sister Aimee — who's not on the family's hit reality show — partied until dawn at the Real World suite at the Palms hotel at the farewell bash for Ozzy's longtime bass player, Robert Trujillo, who's leaving to join METALLICA.
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