After reportedly spending the past week in the hospital with a heart issue, Larry King is expected to be released.
His release could come as early as today, the New York Post's Page Six reported on Nov. 28.
Larry, 87, is supposedly feeling much better.
On Thanksgiving, Page Six said the TV icon has secretly spent the past week in the hospital — presumably near his home in Los Angeles — due to "heart issues and other things." Now, the report says Larry was in the hospital "with a blood-flow issue."
Larry spent his most recent birthday in the hospital.
Larry's health has made headlines before. In 2017, he revealed that he had been secretly battling lung cancer. Last year, Larry was also hospitalized after experiencing chest pains. Some reports at the time suggested that he suffered a heart attack, but his rep denied the speculation, claiming, "His doctor successfully performed the angioplasty and inserted stents to reopen the previous bypass from 1987."
In November 2019, he told Page Six that that March he'd "had what they call a slight stroke."
"They thought I was going to die," he said, "it was really touch-and-go."