Singer Brandy fell unconscious on a flight on Friday morning.
The hit maker, whose full name is Brandy Norwood, was flying from Los Angeles to New York City on Delta airlines when the incident happened, according to TMZ.
The flight was on the tarmac in LA and was about to take off when the 38-year-old Grammy winner lost consciousness. Paramedics ‘rushed to the scene to administer help,’ according to the site.
Later a note was posted to her Instagram account where it was explained the performer has been traveling nonstop and that is why she fell ill.
Fellow passengers and flight attendants helped the beauty, law enforcement sources told the site.
When the airline called for help, the L.A. City Fire Dept. and paramedics arrived quickly.
She was then ‘removed from the plane.’
Brandy ‘regained full consciousness’ while she was being treated on the jetway. And then she was taken to the hospital.
In late May she hinted she was pregnant with a cryptic tweet where she said she saw ‘God’ in her. In the photo she looked to have a baby bump.
She’s rumoured to be dating R&B artist Sir the Baptist.
Brandy is best known for starring on the UPN sitcom Moesha in the 1990s. She also won fans for appearing on America’s Got Talent and Dancing with the Stars.
Her career began when she was a child growing up in Carson, California.
She worked as a backup vocalist for teen music groups.
In 1993, Norwood signed with Atlantic Records and the following year, she released her self-titled debut album, which was certified quadruple Platinum in the US, selling six million copies worldwide.
Moesha came next and gave her career a big push. The show was on the air for six seasons.
But in 1998 she was back to music as she performed a duet with fellow R&B contemporary Monica for The Boy Is Mine. It became one of the longest-running number one singles in history.
Her second album, Never Say Never, sold 16 million copies worldwide.
In 2015 the performer appeared on Broadway for Chicago.
Source: Daily Mail UK