‘America’s Got Talent’ judge is believed to have fainted due to low blood sugar
According to a report, Howie Mandel was rushed to a Los Angeles hospital after visiting a local Starbucks with his wife and friends.
To TMZ, The 65-year-old “America’s Got Talent” judge collapsed before being placed on a cement bench when neighbors called paramedics to the scene.
After help arrived, Mandel was alert but was taken to a regional hospital as a precaution.
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Reps for Mandel did not immediately respond to a request for comment from Granthshala News, while the Los Angeles Fire Department did not comment.
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Meanwhile, TMZ reported that people at the coffee shop said that Mandel frequented that particular spot and wondered what might happen when Mandel walked down the aisle.
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In addition, the report cited sources close to the comedian, who believe that Mandel fainted due to low blood sugar, and says doctors are running a battery of tests to be sure.