The 39 year old judge of 'Australia's Got Talent' was struck down with a migraine and had to halt the audition taping.
Australian TV and radio star Kyle Sandilands was taken to hospital during filming for TV show
"Australia's Got Talent" on Saturday, March 12 due to dangerously high blood pressure. The 39 year old, who is a judge on the syndicated TV hit alongside Dannii Minogue and Brian McFadden, gave his co-stars a scare over the weekend when he had to stop shooting the audition stages of the show when he was struck down with a migraine.
According to Sydney's The Daily Telegraph, medics came on to the set and realized his blood pressure was at a dangerously high level and decided to take him to a nearby medical facility. He received medication at the hospital after several hours under doctors' watch.
A spokesperson for Sandilands says, "Kyle got through most of the day's taping but was feeling unwell and couldn't finish the day. He's home and resting up." Sandilands' health issues came to light Down Under when he starred in a celebrity version of "Big Brother" in 2007 and had to leave due to suffering migraines and vomiting.