TO UPDATE: Ellen DeGeneres shares what led to the woman Portia de RossiHospitalization over the weekend.
“Does anyone have to take their wife to the emergency room for appendicectomy? Someone? No? Just me? OK,” the host said in a clip from the March 23 episode of The Ellen DeGeneres Show. She went on to explain that Portia told her on Friday March 19 that she was not feeling well and they decided to go to bed around 8 p.m. While Ellen was getting ready to sleep, she heard a noise and got up to find Portia “on all fours” on the floor.
Then Ellen took Portia to the emergency room, where she received a CT scan and later learned that she needed to be hospitalized. While Ellen was being sent home due to coronavirus restrictions, she received a phone call the next morning informing her that Portia’s attachment needed to be removed.
After a successful operation, Ellen said: “I’m happy that Portia is feeling much better now.”
Portia de Rossi is on the way to recovery.
Over the weekend, the actress had health problems when she was briefly hospitalized in an undisclosed location.
Portia is recovering from surgery on March 19 to deal with appendicitis, according to a source. The insider added that Portia is home now and doing fine.
Appendicitis is a common condition where the lining of the appendix becomes blocked and inflamed. According to the Mayo Clinic, the condition can cause severe pain, sometimes leading to surgical removal of the attachment.
According to Peoplewho first spread the news Ellen DeGeneres was the one who took Portia to the hospital and is helping take care of her this week.
Portia’s health fear comes just three months after Ellen announced on Instagram that she tested positive for the coronavirus. On December 10, the talk show host explained how COVID-19 personally affected her health.