LOS ANGELES (AP) - Kelly Osbourne says she had a seizure and doctors are trying to figure out why. The 28-year-old TV personality posted a photo on Twitter late Thursday of an IV in her tattooed left arm. She thanked her fans for their "beautiful well wishes." Osbourne was hospitalized Thursday after collapsing on the set of E! network's "Fashion Police," where she serves as a panelist alongside Joan Rivers, Giuliana Rancic and George Kotsiopoulos. Osbourne is the daughter of rocker Ozzy Osbourne and "The Talk" co-host Sharon Osbourne. She was profiled with her family on the MTV reality series "The Osbournes" and has appeared as a contestant on "Dancing with the Stars." Representatives for E! and Kelly Osbourne did not immediately respond to requests for comment.
NEW YORK (AP) - Actress Valerie Harper plans to discuss her brain cancer with some television doctors. The daytime talk show "The Doctors" said Harper will appear Monday to talk with Travis Stork, Lisa Masterson and Andrew Ordon, as well as her own team of doctors. The 1970s sitcom star has been diagnosed with a rare brain cancer and told she has as little as three months to live. She said her husband briefly withheld the diagnosis from her because it was so dire. Harper, now 73, played Rhoda Morgenstern on television's "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" and its spinoff, "Rhoda." She's given the full hour of Monday's talk show, and is surprised by former co-stars Ed Asner and Cloris Leachman.
LOS ANGELES (AP) - The reaction of one fan after hearing that "Whose Line Is It Anyway" is being revived by the CW? "Yaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay!!!" The series developed a rabid following when it aired on ABC from 1998 to 2004. Wayne Brady, Ryan Stiles and Colin Mochrie (MAHK'-kree) will be back. Aisha (ah-EE'-shuh) Tyler replaces Drew Carey as host. It'll be up to her to award the points, which won't matter as usual.
LOS ANGELES(AP) - Fox is making it easier for "American Idol" fans to vote multiple times. You can cast 50 votes all at once online. You can use the Idol Web site, mobile app or Facebook. Fans will be allowed to vote online during the show and change their votes as they see the performances. The final votes can be sent when the voting window opens at the end of the show. You can also vote the regular way by calling the toll-free numbers or texting. Voting goes on for two hours after the show.
NEW YORK (AP) - One of the youngest Holocaust survivors saved by Oskar Schindler has a book deal, for a manuscript completed shortly before he died. Leon Leyson's "The Boy On the Wooden Box" will be published by Atheneum on Aug. 27, the publisher announced Monday. According to Atheneum, the book will provide an "unprecedented perspective" on Schindler, the industrialist credited with helping to save more than 1,000 Jews during World War II. His story was immortalized in Steven Spielberg's Oscar-winning "Schindler's List." Leyson, meanwhile, became a popular speaker who traveled nationwide to tell his story of life under the Nazis. He was 13 when Schindler rescued him from a Polish ghetto. He settled in California after the war and died at age 83 in January, the day after Atheneum received his manuscript.