Radio host rushed to hospital mid-show after ‘heart attack’ symptoms


Jackie ‘O’ Henderson experienced some very concerning symptoms live on air (Picture: KIIS)

KIIS FM presenter Jackie ‘O’ Henderson was rushed to hospital yesterday after suffering worrying symptoms live on air.

The popular Australian presenter – best-known as Jackie O – was on air with co-host Kyle Sandilands all set to interview television presenter Angela Bishop, when the 48-year-old began to feel unwell.

The Kyle & Jackie O Show is Australia’s biggest radio show, and they’ve been co-hosting together for 20 years.

The pair called the radio show’s medical expert Sam Hay, also known as DR KIIS, to ask if Jackie was experiencing heart attack symptoms.

Kyle later revealed how Jackie left the show to visit hospital as a result of her symptoms.

Explaining her symptoms to DR KIIS, Jackie revealed she had ‘shooting pains’ down her left arm and ‘chest pain’.

‘Heart attack, right Dr?’ asked Kyle, to which the health expert responded by asking Jackie whether she felt faint or short of breath.

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She has presented the popular Australian show with Kyle Sandilands for 20 years (Picture: Instagram/Jackie O)

Although she didn’t feel short of breath, Jackie explained how she felt nauseous, and the pain in her chest and arms was ‘dull’ rather than sharp.

‘It’s dull starting at the top of the shoulder and running more down towards the elbow,’ she said, before asking for a quick diagnosis, seemingly quite worried.

‘I can’t see. I don’t have the crystal ball,’ he responded, before explaining that with the symptoms, if they didn’t settle within a few minutes, Jackie should consider visiting hospital to get checked out.

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