TEMPE, AZ – According to reports, comedian Heather McDonald collapsed during a set she was performing Saturday evening due to unknown causes – with reports noting the joke she’d told right before collapsing pertained to her being jabbed and boosted.

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On the evening of February 5th, McDonald was performing at the Tempe Improv and was just getting started into her act for the 7:00 p.m. show when the incident occurred.

McDonald was reportedly delivering her second joke on stage, with her saying, “I’m vaxxed, double vaxxed, boosted…and flu shot and shingle shot and haven’t gotten COVID and Jesus loves me most.”

Apparently right after delivering the aforementioned joke, McDonald collapsed – striking her head on the floor with enough force to have caused a skull fracture.

At the time of her fall, some of the audience thought it was a part of the act – but obviously, it wasn’t. Luckily, an EMT and a nurse happened to be in the crowd of comedy goers and provided first aid until first responders arrived and transported McDonald to an area hospital.

McDonald isn’t sure what exactly caused her to pass out while on stage, saying she’d just felt dizzy out of nowhere and subsequently dropped to the floor.

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The comedian had apparently received her COVID booster shot approximately three weeks prior to the incident, and she reportedly didn’t test positive for the virus after checking in to the hospital.

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Furthermore, McDonald reportedly had no alcohol before going on stage, and tests performed at the hospital didn’t showcase the existence of any preexisting conditions or underlying medical issues that could be linked to randomly fainting.

Nonetheless. while the cause of the fainting episode remains undiagnosed, her management released a statement saying they suspect it might’ve been linked to “dehydration.”

“She may have lost consciousness because of dehydration,” the statement read. “She was tested and does not have COVID. She might be released later today.”

Despite having suffered an unexpected head injury resulting in a skull fracture while performing on stage, McDonald told outlet TMZ that she “feels horrible” for the incident having caused an abrupt end to the Tempe show for those who turned out to watch her perform.

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