On Friday, Howie Mandel was rushed to a local Hospital after fainting at Starbucks.On Wednesday, the “America’s Got Talent” judge passed out after drinking a cup of Joe at his local Woodland Hills Starbucks with his wife and pals, according to TMZ.The paramedics arrived, and Mandel was placed on a cement bench. He was then carried to a hospital in Tarzana, California.
Mandel was able to sit up on his own while receiving pretreatment from the Los Angeles Fire Department in photographs published by the outlet.
According to a source, doctors think he fainted as a result of low blood sugar, but tests are being done.
He is known for having germaphobia and obsessive-compulsive disorder, and he revealed to Page Six last year that he was taking medication to help him manage.
“I’m moving my therapist into a whole new tax bracket on the phone,” he said. “Some people call it a pandemic, I call it ‘told ya!’
“I felt responsible in the beginning for the shortage of PPE because I’d been hoarding gloves and masks and hazmat suits for the last 50 years but I’ve given them all away. I can’t wait for this to be over.”
While he was photographed wearing a hazmat suit, gas mask, and orange rubber gloves to an “America’s Got Talent” taping during the epidemic, he still didn’t feel satisfied.
“I live freaked out,” he stated. “This is what is in my head each and every day, every hour of my 64 years on Earth. This is it. This is my nightmare, this is how I live and now the world has joined me in my nightmare. I hope we wake up and it’s just mine and not everyone’s. I take no solace in the fact that I was ahead of the curve.”
Unfortunately, a representative for the Los Angeles Fire Department was not available to comment.
Howie Mandel is a well known Canadian-American comedian, television personality, producer, and game show host. He has been forced to take medication for obsessive-compulsive disorder during this epidemic. With the amount of celebrity sightings during this crisis, it’s safe to say that many people are feeling the same way.
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