"Little Women" star Ms. Juicy Baby is out of the intensive care unit after reportedly suffering a stroke.
The reality TV star's reps tell TMZ she is on the road to recovery after being moved out of ICU.
Her team says she suffered a stroke, and she "wants everyone to know she is fighting and ready to go home."
Ms. Juicy's sister, Tanya Evans, created a GoFUndMe on Monday to raise money for her medical bills.
"Although we don't have a definitive date of when she will be out of the hospital and be able to get back to work, we do need your help until she recovers. Whatever you can give, we would deeply appreciate it."
Ms. Juicy's reps added, "She wants to thank her fans for showing so much love and keeping her in their prayers."
Ms. Juicy Baby, born Shirlene King Pearson, began her career as a radio personality on "The Rickey Smiley Morning Show" in Atlanta, Ga.
She is best known as a cast member on Lifetime's reality TV series "Little Women".
Ms. Juicy was born with Pituitary Dwarfism on Jan. 5, 1972. She is 50.