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Katey Sagal was hospitalized after she was struck by a car in Los Angeles on Thursday, TMZ reports.

The 67-year-old Married... with Children and Conners star was reportedly crossing a street when she was hit by a Tesla that made a left turn while she was in the cross walk.

Despite hit-and-run reports, the driver did stop to help the Sons of Anarchy actress.

Law enforcement sources tell TMZ, the accident happened at 11:40 AM.

Cops issued no citations and no arrests were made. There were also no drugs or alcohol involved. The incident remains under investigation.

Sagal was transported by ambulance to a hospital, where she is being treated for non-life-threatening injuries.

She is expected to be released from the hospital soon.

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Sagal is best known as the sassy housewife, Peggy Bundy in Fox TV's Married... with Children, which ran from April 5, 1987, to June 9, 1997.

She is pictured in a cast photo with co-stars Christina Applegate, David Faustino, and Ed O'Nell, in October 1988.

Sagal was nominated for four Golden Globes from 1991 to 1994 for Married... With Children. She won a Golden Globe in 2011 for Sons of Anarchy.

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Former President Bill Clinton is recovering from sepsis in a California hospital, according to reports.

Clinton, 75, was admitted to University of California Irvine Medical Center on Tuesday evening, Clinton spokesman Angel Urena said on Twitter.

Clinton went to the hospital after feeling fatigued (weak and tired). He was diagnosed with sepsis, a serious infection of the bloodstream

Urena said Clinton, who is fully vaccinated, was not diagnosed with Covid-19 and his infection is not heart related.

"He is on the mend, in good spirits and is incredibly thankful to the doctors, nurses, and staff providing him with excellent care," Urena said in a statement.

In a separate statement, Clinton's doctors said his white blood count is decreasing as his infection responds to intravenous antibiotics and IV fluids.

"The California-based medical team has been in constant communication with the President's New York-based medical team, including his cardiologist. We hope to have him go home soon."

Sepsis is a life-threatening infection of the blood that occurs when the immune system is weak, or in people with chronic infections such as pneumonia, kidney or urinary tract infections.

Bacteria can also get into the bloodstream after dental procedures (tooth extraction or dental implants).

Sepsis is not contagious. It can cause multiple organ failure and death if left untreated.

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Clinton, far left, looked pale and weak at the annual 9/11 Commemoration Ceremony at the National 9/11 Memorial and Museum on September 11, 2021 in New York City.

Also pictured are (L-R) former First Lady Hillary Clinton, former President Barack Obama, former First Lady Michelle Obama, President Joe Biden, First Lady Jill Biden and former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg.

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Clinton has a history of cardiac and respiratory illnesses.

In 2004, Clinton underwent quadruple bypass surgery, and in 2005, he underwent surgery for a partially collapsed lung.

In 2010, Clinton complained of chest pains and was admitted to a New York hospital where doctors inserted two coronary stents in his heart.

It isn't clear when Clinton received the mRNA vaccines, or if he received a third booster shot.

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Ray J is reportedly battling pneumonia in a Miami, Florida hospital. It isn't clear if Ray J is vaccinated against Covid-19.

The 40-year-old singer/actor announced his diagnosis in a statement to a social media blog on Tuesday.

"I been in here all by myself for a week," he told Hollywood Unlocked. "No family members came to see me, not even my wife."

Ray J said he can't have visitors due to the hospital's Covid-19 precautions.

"God is good. Family with me — just can't be n here too much sickness. I can't have visitors because they isolated they room — been on my [phone] with my family everyday all day."

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Last week, Ray J announced he is separated from his wife, Princess Love, again.

He scrubbed photos of his estranged wife from his Instagram page, and he captioned one post: "Separated and single."

Princess, 37, is best known for her recurring role on Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood. Ray J and Princess share a daughter Melody Love Norwood, 3, and a 22-month-old son.

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Ray J is best known for dating reality star Kim Kardashian from 2003 until 2006. They went viral when their sex tape was leaked to the public.

Ray J's sister is R&B singer and actress Brandy Norwood.

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After days of rumors about her health, gospel singer Kelly Price has finally come forward to clear the air.

Kelly, who was hospitalized with Covid-19 in August, explained to TMZ that she had been at home battling Covid-19 with the help of her doctor and her secret husband, Darrell Crump.

Kelly's doctor advised her to go to the emergency room when her fever spiked and she experienced shortness of breath at home.

Fighting back tears, Kelly told TMZ she "flatlined" in the emergency room and remembers waking up to her doctor asking her what year it was to test her memory.

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She was released home when her vital signs stabilized and the hospital needed the bed.

Kelly claims she infected her husband with Covid-19 but he is now recovered with no long haul symptoms.

Kelly's sister sparked speculation when she called into a YouTuber's show to say the singer was still missing and she had not heard from her in months.

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However, the "Friend of Mine" singer explained she is estranged from her sister, and she wouldn't allow visitors to her home because she and her husband were sick with Covid-19.

Kelly also accused her sister of manipulating her two adult children. She said she hasn't seen her sister since their mother's funeral years ago.

Kelly claims she was forced to leave her home recently because "fans" have been dropping by her home to check on her all hours of the day and night.

Kelly thanked her fans for their well wishes in an Instagram post on Monday.

Rumors swirled over the weekend that Kelly, 48, was in an acute care facility on a ventilator after Covid-19 destroyed her lungs.

Kelly's Atlanta attorney, Monica Ewing, said Friday that her client was "safe" and recovering from Covid at an undisclosed location.

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Gospel singer Kelly Price was reported missing by her family after she was discharged from a Cobb County, Georgia hospital following a battle with Covid-19.

Shortly after the news broke that Kelly was missing on Friday, her Atlanta attorney, Monica Ewing, confirmed she is safe and recovering from Covid in an "undisclosed location."

However, Kelly's sister insists she hasn't seen or heard from Kelly in months.

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Kelly, 48, was admitted to a hospital suffering from Covid-19 symptoms in early August. On July 29, the singer posted a video on Instagram, explaining that she is "quarantined" and "feeling really drained."

"Splitting headache but I'm not in the hospital," she wrote in the caption. "I'm grateful and expecting to have a quick recovery."

It is unclear if Kelly was fully vaccinated.

Her family said she was admitted to the hospital a week later and transferred to the ICU when her condition worsened.

Kelly's sister called into the Larry Reid Live YouTube livestream on Friday to say her sister is still missing.

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In the comments section of the livestream, an alleged employee of a longterm care facility commented that Kelly was admitted to the facility for longterm care because she is ventilator-dependent.

The employee claimed Kelly couldn't speak and that she didn't want her family to see her in that condition.

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Meanwhile, the family is upset that Kelly's live-in boyfriend is allegedly cohabiting with his side piece in Kelly's home. Kelly and her boyfriend, who is more than a decade younger than her, are pictured during happier times.

Cobb County police conducted a welfare check at Kelly's home, but her boyfriend was allegedly uncooperative.

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Kelly, pictured with singer Faith Evans in 2014, is best known for her single "Friend of Mine", for which she won a Soul Train Award for Best R&B/Soul or Rap New Artist trophy.

Kelly has two adult children. In 2020 Kelly lost her mother, Claudia, to inflammatory breast cancer, and her grandparents to Covid-19.
 

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Gospel singer Kelly Price was found safe and sound after being reported missing by her family this week.

Kelly, 48, was hospitalized with Covid-19, and went missing after she was discharged from the hospital.

Cobb County police performed a welfare check at her residence last Saturday after family members said her live-in boyfriend wouldn't allow them to visit Price.

TMZ reports the singer had been listed as a missing person.

However, her attorney said she is not missing and she is safe and sound.

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Kelly posted a video on July 29 revealing she had Covid-19 and was struggling with symptoms. According to Kelly's family, she was admitted to the hospital about a week later and was transferred to the ICU with shortness of breath.

Her family tells TMZ, they were in touch with Kelly while she was in the hospital in early August, but lost contact after she was discharged.

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The September 20th season premiere of the Wendy Williams Show may be canceled due to Wendy Williams' current health scare.

The 57-year-old talk show host looked frail and weak when she returned home from a hospital stay wearing a bathrobe and blue socks on Friday, Sept. 11.

She was assisted into her Manhattan high-rise building, followed by a man pushing a wheelchair.

Wendy's concerned son, Kevin Hunter, Jr., followed close behind his ailing mom.

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According to Page Six, Wendy's production staff returned to the office last week. But Wendy has not been seen in the studio since going on hiatus.

There are rumors that she won't be well enough to return to her purple chair on Sept. 20.

"People are tight-lipped about it, but there are whispers that she won't be there," one Wendy source told Page Six.
 
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A statement posted to her Instagram account on Thursday noted Wendy canceled all of her promotional appearances for the show this week.

"Wendy is dealing with some ongoing health issues and is undergoing further evaluations.

"She will not be able to complete her promotional activities next week, but can't wait to be back in her purple chair on Monday, September 20th for the 13th season premiere."

Wendy has been candid about her ongoing issues with Graves' disease and other unreported illnesses.

In 2018, Wendy took an extended break from her show due to issues with hyperthyroidism. Wendy's celebrity pals, including Nick Cannon, substituted for her as host.

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Wendy Williams appeared frail and sickly in a bathrobe and blue socks as she arrived home after a hospital stay on Friday.

Wendy is pictured above with son Kevin Hunter Jr. in May before she fell ill and was admitted to a hospital recently.

A photographer snapped the shocking photos of the feeble-looking daytime TV host as she was assisted from a limo while someone pushed a wheelchair behind her on Friday.

Wendy, who was diagnosed with Graves' disease in 2018, wore blue compression socks on the wet NYC pavement the day after announcing she's canceled promotional events for her show due to "ongoing health issues."

Wendy looked dehydrated and her legs were ashy. See the shocking photos here.

Kevin Jr. was seen wheeling a small suitcase into Wendy's luxury high-rise building in Manhattan.

The photos sparked reports that Wendy's health is failing after years of prescription drug and alcohol abuse. She was admitted to an inpatient sober living center in 2019 after her ex-husband, Kevin Hunter, welcomed a daughter with his longtime mistress.

Wendy canceled a week of promotions due to her "ongoing health issues."

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A statement posted to Instagram Thursday read:

"Wendy is dealing with some ongoing health issues and is undergoing further evaluations.

"She will not be able to complete her promotional activities next week, but can't wait to be back in her purple chair on Monday, September 20th for the 13th season premiere."

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Fans took to social media to show support for the 57-year-old talk show Diva.

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Actress Letitia Wright, pictured right, was hospitalized after suffering "minor injuries" when a stunt went wrong on the set of the Black Panther sequel.

Letitia is pictured with co-star Danai Gurira, left, on location in Cambridge, MA.

The 27-year-old Guyanese-British actress, who played Shuri in the 2018 Marvel film, was hurt when a stunt rig malfunctioned during an overnight shoot in Boston, Massachusetts on Tuesday, Aug. 24.

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"Letitia Wright sustained minor injuries today while filming a stunt for Black Panther: Wakanda Forever. She is currently receiving care in a local hospital and is expected to be released soon," a spokesperson for Marvel told Deadline.com on Wednesday.

The on-set source revealed the incident was minor and will not have an impact on the film's shooting schedule.

Most of the cast from the original film, including Daniel Kaluuya, Winston Duke, Lupita Nyong'o, Florence Kasumba and Angela Bassett are returning for the sequel, directed by Ryan Coogler.

Chadwick Boseman, who played the title character in the 2018 blockbuster, lost his battle with cancer a year ago.

The Black Panther sequel is set for a July 8, 2022 release.

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Pretty Ricky singer Baby Blue is reportedly in critical condition in a Miami hospital after he was shot at a bowling alley.

A video showing the singer after he was shot is circulating on social media.

The video shows a man who fits the singer's description lying on the floor. A sign that reads Sparez is nearby.

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The caption says Blue (real name Diamond Blue Smith) was shot at Sparez bowling alley in Davie, Florida.

Comedian Lil Duval joked that the singer DM'd his friends after he was shot. However, he apologized after the news broke.

The Davie Police Department confirmed to the Miami Herald that there was a shooting at the bowling alley at midnight on Monday.

Baby Blue is best known as part of the R&B group Pretty Ricky. He also a cast member on Love & Hip-Hop: Miami.