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Kendra Wilkinson Rushes To Hospital Emergency Room

Nov. 19 2017, Updated 8:55 p.m. ET

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Kendra Wilkinson became violently ill and was rushed to the hospital emergency room on Saturday. The drama started when the reality TV and former Playboy star told fans on Twitter that she had to cancel the late performance of her Las Vegas play Sex Tips for Straight Women From a Gay Guy last night because she was "super sick."

But soon, things got worse and Wilkinson, 32, tweeted that she was going to the emergency room and begging off both performances of her Vegas show, which she performs at the Paris Las Vegas Hotel and Casino. Willkinson first wrote on Twitter yesterday, "Super sick. Going to have to cancel the late show tonight. My heart couldn’t cancel both. Sorry late show."

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Later, however, she added that things got more serious: "Sooooo sorry guys gotta cancel both shows tonight. Going to ER. Hurtin bad. I'll make it up to you."

Then she sent out a tweet, apparently from her hospital bed, which read, "About to get morphine, Lol." Wilkinson has starred on six seasons of the WE reality show Kendra On Top, which chronicles her life with her former football player husband Hank Baskett, 35, and their two kids.

Radar extensively reported on the scandalous trouble in Wilkinson's marriage. But the couple stayed together.

Wilkinson was shown on camera leaving her husband behind temporarily to move to Las Vegas to star in the production, which was first on Broadway. "How much bigger can it get?" she crowed to E! News when announcing the play in April.

"I'm still here and it's getting bigger and I'm so thankful for these opportunities and to be able to explore life like this," Wilkinson said. Her co-star in Vegas play, based on a novel, is Queer Eye for the Straight Guy alum Jai Rodriguez, and the two have been performing it nightly except Wednesdays.

But now, Wilkinson has missed her weekend shows and is recovering in the hospital. Keep reading Radar for updates on her health.

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