Musical legend Joni Mitchell recently became the subject of concern after she was discovered unconscious in her home. Now, the 71-year-old singer remains in a Los Angeles hospital and progressing as fans offer their support on social media, reported The Wrap.
Since she was rushed to the hospital on Tuesday, news about her precise illness has not been released.
“Joni remains under observation in the hospital and is resting comfortably. We are encouraged by her progress and she continues to improve and get stronger each day,” reported her website.
Her followers have rushed to social media to show that they care, posting their concern using the #WeLoveYouJoni hashtag. To give them a place to express their love for Joni, a new website “We Love You Joni” contains more than 3,000 postings with outpourings such as those below.
“There’s really no famous person I care about as much as this woman. To a rapid healing process. #WeLoveYouJoni”
“My aunts and uncles and parents would play you records. As a toddler I would fall asleep in front of the speaker, stairing into the patterns of the woven cover and of the songs. Later you helped me see that making art spanned across all mediums. Rightly so. You soothed my broken hearts and complimented the parties. The biggest bouquet of flowers that ever I picked was given to you because you have given so much to us by way of your lifes work. Good working Joni, now you get to rest. On behalf of my entire family, we thank you.”
“Grateful that you were there when I was growing up, in my radio, on my record, and in my heart. Sending my best and most positive vibes to transform your health.”
As to precisely what is wrong with the singer, she has revealed that she smoked for six decades, reported Fox News.
In addition, she announced that she has a variety of health concerns such as Morgellons Disease. That condition is relatively unknown but symptoms include beneath-the-skin fibers as well as lesions.
After winning eight Grammy awards, Joni has become best known for “Both Sides Now,” “The Circle Game,” “Big Yellow Taxi,” and “River.” In 2007, she released an album called Shine.
In addition to Joni Mitchell, singer Avril Lavigne just revealed her own battle with Lyme disease, as the Inquisitr reported. Avril had been struggling with symptoms that were so severe that she spent five months in bed, and Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Yolanda Foster also shared her own battle with that condition.
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