Zsa Zsa Gabor’s Health Condition Update

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Zsa Zsa Gabor has spent a great deal of time in and out of the hospital since breaking her hip and having a subsequent replacement. She was rushed back to the hospital on August 31 after her husband found her unresponsive in her bed and called 911.

93 Years Old

According to MSN, Zsa Zsa Gabor was in fact transported to the hospital by ambulance on Tuesday August 30 in an unresponsive state. Most people feared this would be the end, since Zsa Zsa had rallied and clung to life even after receiving the last rites from her priest. It seemed this might in fact be her time to go. After all, she is 93 years old.

Apparently Zsa Zsa has rallied again, because after doctors stabilized her in the hospital, she once again returned home to her Bel Air mansion. She stayed just one night in the hospital this time for observation.

Plasticize Zsa Zsa?

Zsa Zsa Gabor was an actress, but was even more famous for the lavish lifestyles and number of husbands she had. Her current husband, Frederick Prinz von Anhalt, is her ninth. As a matter of fact, von Anhalt told the L.A. Times this week that once Zsa Zsa has passed, he actually wants to plasticize her body. What? A shellacked Zsa Zsa Gabor? That’s just wrong.

KeenObservers.com reports that Zsa Zsa Gabor’s daughter, Francesca Hilton, says her mother is now “stable,” and that her health is presently “not in a life-threatening situation.”

Hanging On

Could Zsa Zsa Gabor be clinging to life for some unknown reason? Perhaps there is something she needs to finish or someone she needs to see before she is ready to pass on. She certainly has surpassed the odds and bounced back more times than many 93-year old people have.

Then again maybe she’s trying to outlive her husband (which won’t be easy….he’s decades younger) so she doesn’t wind up in plastic form.

 

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