Debbie Reynolds Rushed to the Hospital With Possible Stroke

by VVN Music

Singer and actress Debbie Reynolds has been rushed to a Los Angeles hospital after suffering a possible stroke.

Reynolds, 84, was at her son Todd Fischer's home when emergency vehicles were called to the address. Reynolds daughter, Carrie Fisher, died yesterday after suffering a heart attack on Friday while on a plane flight to Los Angeles. Reynolds and her son were reportedly discussing funeral arrangements at the time the singer fell ill.

While there is no definite word on Reynolds condition, word is that Reynolds was having difficulty breathing and "family sources" told TMZ that it was a suspected stroke. A spokesperson for the Los Angeles City Fire Department confirmed that they were called to the address but, due to privacy laws, refused to tell any further information to the L.A. Times.

Reynold's film career included such works as Three Little Words, Singin' in the Rain, Tammy and the Bachelor, How the West Was Won, The Unsinkable Molly Brown and The Singing Nun.

She first hit the record charts in 1951 with Carleton Carpenter on Aba Daba Honeymoon which went to number 3. In 1957, she topped the charts with Tammy and followed with A Very Special Love (1958 / #20), Am I That Easy to Forget? (1960 / #25 Pop / #13 R&B) and City Lights (1961 / #55).

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