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Nope! That Reporter Didn’t Suffer A Stroke But Here Is What Happened

Her name is now known across the world, but probably not for the reasons she had hoped.  Serene Branson, that TV reporter who on camera started speaking incoherently during a live shot outside the Grammys said she was terrified when it happened because she knew something was terribly wrong as soon as she opened her mouth.  Doctor’s speculated that it was a stroke or an epileptic seizure.  Both were wrong.  Here’s what happened… And by the way, if you haven’t seen this story yet, what happened to this news reporter is on the video below.

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