Kim Zolciak, 37, Has Stroke After ‘DWTS,’ Loses Ability To Speak

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‘I needed Botox desperately… it helps with my migraines': Kim Zolciak on why she got cosmetic injections just hours before DWTS performance.

The last 24hrs have been whirlwind! DANCING WITH THE STARS – KIM ZOLCIAK BIERMANN & TONY DOVOLANI – The celebrity cast of “Dancing with the Stars” is lacing up their ballroom shoes and getting ready for their first dance on MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14 (8:00-10:01 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network.The 37-year-old reality star revealed to Fox 411 on Tuesday evening that it was not only a necessity to have the injections done but there was also a health benefit to it. I landed yesterday morning from LAX (took the red eye right after DWTS) I got home and within minutes suffered a TIA (mini stroke) the left side of my body went completely numb and my speech was gone. She credited her daughter Brielle, her husband Kroy, Brielle’s boyfriend Slade Osbourne and her hairstylist Niki Toney-Pressley for helping her out.

I have to hurry up and get it but it works.’ The TV star revealed in an Instagram posting that she had made an emergency appointment for Botox injections just hours before the performance on the reality show. Still in the hospital but I just know I’m getting released today! #CrazyAgeDoesntMatter.” After a shaky start on this season of DWTS, Zolciak and her partner Tony Dovolani have been hard at work to improve their performances. She starred on Bravo’s”Real Housewives of Atlanta” for five seasons and is currently in her fourth season of the spin-off “Tardy for the Party” focused on her family. We only go around one time so enjoy it.’ The procedure seemed to work for the blonde television personality as she was a red hot favourite to be sent home after getting the lowest score from the judges during last week’s premiere episode as she tallied only 12 points.

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