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OTRC: Kelly Osbourne out of the hospital after suffering a seizure

Kelly Osbourne is reportedly on the road to getting better after she suffered a seizure on the set of "Fashion Police" on March 7.

Osbourne is out of the hospital after a five-day stay, her spokesperson confirmed to OTRC.com on Monday, March 11. Osbourne was reportedly given a "clean bill of health by her doctor."

The spokesperson also said, "Doctors ran numerous test and determined that this was most likely a onetime episode" and that she will be returning to film "Fashion Police" this week.

Osbourne, 28, thanked the staff at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, where she had been hospitalized since last week.

"Thank you to all the Doctors Nurses Medical Staff & Employees @CedarsSinai Hospital for fixing me enough to go home its so nice to bein bed," she Tweeted at 11:23 p.m. PT on March 11.

On Sunday, March 10, Osbourne compared her life to an episode of "House M.D." in a Tweet.

"My life is now like an episode of 'House' = the impending fight against death and the look of fear in everyones faces," she wrote.

Osbourne, daughter of rocker Ozzy Osbourne and TV personality Sharon Osbourne, co-hosts "Fashion Police" with comedienne Joan Rivers, E! News presenter Giuliana Rancic and celebrity stylist George Kotsiopoulos."

Joan and Melissa Rivers, who were on set of "Fashion Police" when the incident occurred, described what happened to Osbourne in an interview with "Entertainment Tonight" on March 8.

"She turned to us and she said, 'I don't feel well.' We said, 'Let's get her a sip of water,' and my mom looked at her and made a joke because she looked kind of pale like 'Oh well maybe you're pregnant ha ha.' And she went 'Uh' and next thing you know, she was having a massive seizure," Melissa Rivers said in the interview.

The two revealed that it was Melissa Rivers who rushed to help Osbourne and turned her on her side. Melissa Rivers also said that Osbourne didn't want to go to the hospital and wanted to continue filming the show.

"I said, 'You go to the hospital,'" Joan Rivers said.