Jamie Foxx out of immediate danger


Oscar-winning actor Jamie Foxx's condition is serious enough to keep him hospitalized, according to reports.

Foxx was rushed to the hospital on Tuesday after a medical emergency at his home in California.

The actor is out of immediate danger but remains under medical supervision for his condition.

The cause of Foxx's medical emergency is unknown, and there has been no official statement from his representatives.

Foxx's fans and colleagues in Hollywood are sending him their love and prayers for a speedy recovery.

The actor is known for his roles in films such as "Ray," "Django Unchained," and "Just Mercy."

Foxx has also made a name for himself as a singer, with several albums to his credit.

He was last seen on screen in the Netflix sci-fi film "Project Power" in 2020.

Foxx is set to star in several upcoming projects, including the animated film "Groove Tails" and the crime drama "The Burial."

His fans are eagerly waiting for his return to the big screen and wishing him a quick and full recovery.


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