Rebecca Ferguson of X Factor collapses live on TV
Britains's Ferguson was the runner-up on the X Factor's seventh season
Former X Factor finalist Rebecca Ferguson reassured her fans on Friday that she is feeling better after she collapsed on live TV during a performance on 'Loose Women' Thursday.
The singer was on the ITV chat show to promote her new single "All That I’ve Got." When she fell to the floor the show’s host was seen rushing to help her as the credits ending the program began to appear on screen.
Moments afterwards, the incident began trending on Twitter with many fans expressing concern for her health.
“Hope Rebecca ferguson is ok, after her collapse post performance on loose women! #rebeccaferguson,” tweeted @AlexAndrewDoyle along with a picture of the star’s fall.
Another fan, @Stuart_D_Dawson tweeted, “cannot believe #rebeccaferguson collapsed on #loosewomen really hope she's okay #ihope”
“Rebecca started to feel unwell during her performance on Loose Women today, but she is fine now,” Ferguson’s representative told The Independent.
One of her representatives told The Independent: "Rebecca started to feel unwell during her performance on Loose Women today, but she is fine now."
On Friday she reassured her fans via Twitter saying: “I am feeling much better will rest today so sorry to worry everybody I fought through that song but at the end had nothing left love yas xxx.”
“My friends are amazing my family my fans and everybody that has sent me love, I am resting and I'm gonna be good soon xx.” She added.
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