Rylan Clark revealed the chilling extent of the breakdown he suffered during his divorce from husband of six years, Dan Neal.
Clark and Neal got married in 2015 and last July the It takes two The presenter announced on Instagram that the couple had split up.
While his A night out with Rylan Clark event at London’s Royal Festival Hall on Wednesday (September 21), Clark told the audience that he had suffered two heart failures during the collapse of his marriage.
“It was like my body shut down. Last year I ended up in an ambulance twice because my heart gave out and it was really weird because all I remember was being ‘My heart hurts’ for a few weeks,” the former X Factor contestant said per metro.
Clark reportedly told the audience that he had a resting heart rate of 248 beats per minute at the time.
“My heart had to be restarted. I only remember lying in Re-Sus[citation]because I had these pads with all these wires and I didn’t understand what it was,” he said.
Clark previously opened up about his health issues stemming from the Fearne Cotton divorce Happy place podcast and said, “My body completely shut down. i would not eat I went through a phase where I couldn’t even speak, which could be pretty handy for some people.
“My speech was only slurred. My mother thought I was having a stroke. My body just went. I finished 9th and I’m 1.80 meters tall.”
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