Kelly Osbourne rushed to hospital after seizure

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KELLY Osbourne has been rushed to hospital after suffering a seizure.

The 28-year-old star was filming her E! Show 'Fashion Police' with Joan and Melissa Rivers on Thursday (03.07.13) when she had a seizure which lasted approximately 30 seconds and was then immediately taken to a Los Angeles hospital for treatment, according to 'Entertainment Tonight'.

This is the latest health scare for Kelly after she recently sprained her ankle in a toilet.

Kelly got her foot stuck in a rest room drain and opted to inflict a serious injury on herself rather than risk "eating the toilet" in the germ-filled public convenience.

She tweeted: "Got my shoe stuck in a bathroom drain. I was faced w/ spraining my ankle or eating the toilet! Guess what I picked?"

She added: "just could not bare the thought of my face landing in a public toilet! However I'm now questioning my decision due to the pain!!!!! (sic)"

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Kelly was also recently given an expensive bottle of champagne after rocks fell on her head at a hotel.

Writing on her twitter page, Kelly revealed: "I love it when rocks fall on my head from construction - just got given a $1,000 bottle of champagne & flowers from the hotel as an apology!"

She added: "I'm gonna give the champagne to my Mumma as it is her favorite kind! (sic)"

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