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Zsa Zsa Gabor 'unresponsive' -- paramedics rush her to hospital [Updated]

Zsazsa-starAZsa Zsa Gabor was being rushed back to a hospital Tuesday after her husband found her "unresponsive."

Gabor's publicist announced Gabor's latest illness to media outlets but did not provide more details.

[Updated at 4 p.m.: A spokeswoman for the actress said doctors at Ronald Reagan-UCLA Medical Center were able to stabilize her and were conducting tests. It was possible Gabor could go home Tuesday night.]

The actress has been in and out of the hospital for the last month. She returned home on Aug. 17 after doctors removed two blood clots.

Gabor, 93, broke her hip July 17 at her home while getting into a wheelchair that was not locked in place, according to her publicist, John Blanchette.  She underwent hip replacement and was released from the hospital.

-- Valerie J. Nelson and Shelby Grad

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We love you Zsa Zsa, and no I wont marry you. Get well.

Sadly, it looks like the end is near.

We must remember her in her most beautiful moments of time. She was beautiful woman and so funny! ZSA ZSA is one of the greats.

She's had an interesting life. I doubt that she would want to merely "exist" at this point. God speed. She could never be forgotten.

My thoughts and prayer are with her and her family.


I guess it is her time, she has out lived what most of us expect to live, so sad though. Prays go out to her family.

As much as we love and want to keep her with us, I think it's time for us to stop being selfish, and let her go. 93-years is long, long life. Longer than I could ever hope to live. Zsa Zsa, thank you for everything! We love you. If you decide to leave, I'll understand.

Absolutely right on the money Delores! We have blessed by many many talented and beautiful actresses in our lifetime, and Ms Gabor is right at the top of the list!
God speed and get well soon Zsa Zsa!

She's a good ole'gal and desearves our thoughts and prayers!

My thoughts are prayers are with Ms. Gabor and her family.

May her passing be quick and painless! I know this may sound harsh, but it is better to pass on quickly than have the suffering prolonged. She does not deserve to live in misery.

That's too bad, she's had so many health setbacks and hip replacement at her age seemed so risky... prayers for her and her family, I don't think this will end in recovery.

Yes She was A Great Beautiful Woman, Unlike they are now.

her looks were Stunning!

Hope You make it, ZSA ZSA!!

Most Unlikely. Just hope you do!

Get well soon

She's a distant relative of mine. Never met her, but she is and always be a legend.

I hope Miss Zsa Zsa has a peacful journey to her final destination. I truly adore her witty, sharp sense of humor.

Wishing you a peaceful transition, Lovely Lady ...

I got the feeling that Zsa Zsa was not long for this world when the priest came to give her last rites. My thoughts and prayers go for her anyway.

may god be with you zsa zsa we love you

What's sad about it, 'DG3'? For chrissake, she's ninety-flipping-three! Everyone is going to punt the pail some day; ninety-three is plenty old enough.

I am very sorry. I hope you get better soon.

I know that God is taking care of you ,your age is just a number to me .I m praying for you and hope God will say "He's not ready for yet" I've been a fan forever Im now 59yrs old.


I wish Ms. Gabor well; however, she had zero talent and was mean in public.

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