Nothing like a mother's love to help Kelly Osbourne feel better! Sharon Osbourne shared her gratitude toward daughter Kelly's fans for their support and well-wishes after the Fashion Police host was hospitalized for a seizure on Thursday, March 7.

"I want to thank everyone for their concern about @MissKellyO," the 60-year-old talk show host tweeted on Friday, March 8. "She's doing fine she's at Cedars and is surrounded by the best doctors & love." 

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On Thursday just before noon, Kelly collapsed on-set during filming for E!'s Fashion Police after reportedly telling cohost Melissa Rivers, "I don't feel good." She then fell out of her chair and began to convulse in a seizure that lasted for 30 seconds. 

"More than anything it was just scary," Rivers told ET Online of the situation. "I just laid on the ground holding on to her until the paramedics came."

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A rep for the 28-year-old host told Us Weekly that as of Thursday evening, she was in "stable condition," but would be "staying overnight [at the hospital] for observation as a precautionary measure. There are no further details at this time."

There have thus far been no reports on why the seizure happened in the first place.

Kelly herself also took to Twitter to reassure fans that she was feeling okay after the health scare, however.

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"Thank U all 4 UR beautiful well wishes yes I did have a seizure they are just trying to figure out why?" she tweeted on Thursday evening, along with a photo of her tattooed arm with an IV planted firmly in place.

Friends of the family are positive that the purple-coiffed Osbourne will pull through as well.

"I was actually working so I wasn't with [Sharon] when she found out," Sharon's The Talk costar Julie Chen told Us. "But we're sending our love to the whole family and to Kelly. Kelly's strong, she's an Osbourne, she'll be okay."

This article originally appeared on Kelly Osbourne's Seizure: She's "Surrounded By the Best Doctors And Love," Mom Sharon Says