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QVC Host Faints On-Air

‘Sunday’s With Caroyln and Dan’ on the QVC shopping channel was more memorable than normal this past weekend when co-host Cassie Slane fainted while on air. Cassie and her co-host Dan Hughes were selling kids’ computer tablets.

Slane started to mumble incoherently, clutched her chest and stumbled into her co-host. The camera cut away to the product they were selling and Slane came back on only to faint. Her co-host kept selling the kids’ computer tablet!

QVC says Slane had suffered a ‘brief fainting spell’ and is doing fine. This isn’t the first time this has happened to Slane, she collapsed during  QVC segment in 2010.

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