Britney Spears‘ ex-hubby, Kevin Federline (pictured), was rushed to a hospital in West Sydney, Australia, while filming a scene for his latest reality show, “Excess Baggage,” , according to RadarOnline.
The overweight ex-lover complained of chest pains, after completing a football challenge segment for his weight loss TV series.
According to a statement by the show’s spokesperson, Federline, aka K-Fed, had just finished an AFL football running challenge, when he reported shortness of breath, a racing heart, and chest pains to his weight-loss partner who helped him to complete the difficult feat.
A spokesperson for show, which aires on Australia’s Channel 9, told RadarOnline:
Obviously on this show we have a lot of paramedics on standby and they treated him for the first signs of a minor cardiac arrest, called an ambulance and had him taken to hospital.
The popular Aussie show is quite similar in concept to the VH-1 reality series “Celebrity Fit Club” that Federline appeared on two years ago with his baby momma Shar Jackson. At the time, the 33-year-old weighed in at 240 pounds and blamed his excess baggage on his divorce from Spears and depression.
At the end of the show, Federline, who tackled each feat with a drive, energy, and focus, managed to slim down to a whopping 30 pounds and promised to keep those pounds at bey because, he claimed, he looked pregnant.
Now the former dancer with the once six-pack bod has gained the pounds back again and is hospitalized awaiting more tests. The show’s producers are not commenting on whether Federline will return to the show.
The Father of three was hospitalized and treated for heat stress only a few weeks ago while filming another segment on the popular Aussie show.
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