Kelly Osbourne Hospitalized After Seizure

Ozzy Osbourne's daughter was rushed to the hospital after suffering a reported seizure.

Kelly Osbourne Hospitalized After Seizure
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Ozzy Osbourne's daughter Kelly was rushed to the hospital after suffering a reported seizure on March 7 while filming an episode of her E! show "Fashion Police". TMZ reports (via UltimateClassicRock) that the incident happened just before noon on the show's set in Los Angeles, when Kelly told fellow host Melissa Rivers "I don't feel good," then fell out of her chair and began shaking. Rivers and an emergency responder apparently attending the show rushed to Osbourne's aid, and she came around a few minutes later. She was then taken to a hospital via ambulance, with co-host (and comedy icon) Joan Rivers telling People magazine, "She is fine." Her mother Sharon was sighted visiting her daughter at the facility, where Kelly is reportedly being kept overnight for observation. The past few years have been tough for the Osbournes on the medical front, with Sharon battling breast cancer and Kelly's brother Jack being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis last year.

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    nailsarecruel
    Such a shame. She and Jack have come a long way since their bratty public life introduction on that dreadful MTV show. I hope this is nothing serious and she makes a good recovery.
    Diony x
    "The past few years have been tough for the Osbournes on the medical front, with Sharon battling breast cancer and Kelly's brother Jack being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis last year." And the housefire.
    guitarist5477
    Thats bad news, I hope she's okay. I def give her and Jack respect after how they've changed over the years.
    BogWraith
    When your father has done as much drugs as her's has you're bound to inherit something nasty from his gene pool.
    Teodor
    Just to clarify, there is absolutely no freedom of speech issue here. In the United States, you have the right to free speech unrestrained by the Government (State and Federal). Since this site is 1. Not hosted in the US and 2. Not in any way related to the US Government (it is a private entity for which the Bill of Rights does NOT apply), there's simply no issue of this sort. Abide by the rules or suffer the consequences.
    Oraznatac
    That's what happens when the daughter of the Prince of Darkness sings Country.
    emeryd1
    Have some respect. How ignorant are you?
    schirripar
    remember, some people on this site are 10 years old. Some in body, and others in mind. This really sucks. I hope she has a speedy recovery.
    Pine
    You obviously don't know the definition of the word "ignorant". I think the term you're looking for is "asshat".
    DisarmGoliath
    @Oraznatac Well, that was a valid contribution... - continue to behave this way in future articles and you'll be banned regardless of any active warnings. Oh yeah, and downvotes for me for being a mod, obviously.
    Wisthler
    Alright, but you asked for them.
    DisarmGoliath
    At the time I wrote that, I had downvotes (one was probablys Oraznatac) I believe you can only edit your post up to a certain period of time though.
    iommi600
    Am I going to hell/get banned too if I say she was doing the Harlem Shake...? Anyway, jokes (tasteless or not) aside, I wish her a speed recovery.
    hotdogs585
    he's just giving his opinion, i dont think he should be banned for it just because somebody disagrees with it
    Dimarzio45
    I wouldn't say it was opinion. However, UG should do away with the comments if there's no respect for peoples' use of free speech. The downvotes speak for themselves. There's no need for childish threats over someone's behavior. The statement was distasteful though. I disagreed with his/her statement, so I downvoted. Of course, someone will say "I disagreed with you, so I downvoted you".... Not to mention, what the HELL does UG expect? OF COURSE this article will bring about those kind of comments. ***Flashback to yesterday's article: TED NUGENT*** DERRR
    DisarmGoliath
    Free speech is one thing and, by most definitions, is only applicable when it doesn't infringe upon the rights of others or get used to attack/incite a negative reaction in others - here it does not apply, because we have other rules in place (no spam, trolling etc.) and his comment has no positive impact on the article, it is there purely to be an idiot and attempt to cause some form of controversy. Might I also remind anybody who believes their legal system is important (regarding freedom of speech) that Ultimate-Guitar is a website with its own set of rules, and it is a Russian-owned website. Your definition of free speech may differ. In any case, I'm not part of the team that writes UG articles so I can't comment on what they expect as a reaction to them - one can only presume that if you post an article with the title 'Kelly Osbourne Hospitalized After Seizure' that most people aren't going to respond with such apathy to the concerning condition of others. Oh, and to end this wall of text: Oraznatac has a history of comments of this nature, and has already warned for it before. If somebody is a serial offender of the same rule, obviously we're going to be less lenient than a case where somebody had a bad day and posted once in bad taste.
    Dimarzio45
    You should've ended your statement at "Free speech is one thing and, by most definitions, is only applicable when it doesn't infringe upon the rights of others".... the rest is purely opinionated bullshit. Pull your head out of your ass and think for yourself. ***No-Hate Just Because You're a Mod***
    Dimarzio45
    There are no rights to infringe upon for free speech. You either allow it, or you don't. Free speech is allowed on this site (Hence my comments). UG offers an "upvote" or a "downvote" in correspondence with said replies . If you guys don't respect your own values that YOU have to offer, DO AWAY WITH COMMENTS. Until then, stop promoting hypocrisy. Golim- Thanks for reminding me that Russian free speech is different than American free speech. That really clarifies things for me. *I'm Flicking you off* Does that look the same in Mother-Russia? Didn't think so...
    Dimarzio45
    Not to mention the internet is a staple of free speech. Maybe you don't belong here.
    DisarmGoliath
    I'm not getting into a debate about the rules of the site, or my view on them when carrying them out, so I'll keep this short and sweet, and say no more on the matter: Whether you wish to accept this or not, as long as the site abides by the law in the jurisdiction where the site is hosted/based, it is free to impose additional rules as it pleases - such as 'use of expletives is discouraged, and in extreme cases, punishable with warnings/bans'. From your current point of view, that would be infringing on your freedom of speech, surely? And yet most users are happy to accept it because this is a family site and it is common courtesy not to just swear at everybody you encounter in daily life. It is you who misunderstands free speech, and the limits imposed upon such freedoms here. Free speech, in terms of expressing a valid opinion that is relevant to the topic of the article, lesson or thread, is perfectly acceptable. Free speech is not, however, an excuse to insult or abuse other users or to break other rules on the site, and regardless of how much any user wishes to claim 'free speech' is being breached, the rules of this site are clearly laid out and if anybody does not accept and wish to follow these rules, nobody is forcing them to continue using this website. And to conclude: I still have no ability to alter the rules, and I do not write any of the articles on here, so there is little point in ranting to me - I have no requirement to pay you any attention or humour you, this is not the forum section I am required to moderate. And my name is not 'Golim' - you're failing to notice the end of the name is chopped off here, and the 'm' in the red box refers to my status on the UG Team ('m' for moderator).
    Theophillis
    Some idiots would cite 'freedom of speech' as the right to shout abuse at someone for no reason, to call Karen Carpenter fat, to tell depressed people to kill themselves, all under this umbrella of 'it's my right'. What complete horsesh*t. There are rights and there are responsibilities that go along with them. If a person doesn't abide by the responsibility, then they don't deserve the right.
    champbassist
    Here's just my view of this, but in view of how funeral protests conducted by the Westboro Baptist Church have been adjudged 'free speech' by the Supreme Court, I don't see any reason why you can not apply the same logic to someone making (what most of us would consider) insensitive comments about Kelly Osbourne's seizures. Yes, I obviously think hurtful comments should not be protected by the First Amendment. Sadly, they are. My observation, obviously, considers only the general law side of things - not any further rules that UG chooses to apply on their users.
    Wisthler
    Children please, lets clear things out. UG, youtube, Facebook, etc etc, are NOT countries, each site have their own rules set by their adminitrators. If you don't like it, get off the internet, and that's it.
    rocker222
    Go away mod that was a funny joke. People are only butthurt cause she has boobs. Say that about justin bieber and everyone cheers.
    DisarmGoliath
    Say it about Justin Bieber and if a CC or mod sees it, you're still likely to get a warning...
    EddieOwen
    It appears these types of comments are fine on a article about courtney love or those types of people but when it is on an article about someone related to ozzy everyone loses their shit
    iommi600
    UGers kind of made their own psychological faculty, which is called "selective judgement". Basically, one can wish Justin Bieber, Lil' Wayne or any other rap/pop artist was dead and mean it and get away with it. But ****ing dare someone say the same about [insert rock and roll/metal band of their liking]... If only Freud was alive to see this. So, basically... "Have some respect. How ignorant are you?" - React, Over
    Theophillis
    I've got to agree with you. You're completely right in general. Mind you, I never personally advocated any comment like that against anyone, but I can see the pattern. It's a titanic hypocrisy.