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CBS Reporter Serene Branson Suffers Possible Stroke, Utters 20 Seconds Of Gibberish After Grammys!


Serene Branson, a Reporter for CBS Los Angeles, Has Been Taken to Hospital After Not Being Able to Speak During a Report of the Grammy Awards 2011

What happened to Serene Branson?

It appears that she may have suffered a stroke on the air and that is why she was unable to really form any words, except for ‘very’ and then just make unintelligible sounds.

Some websites have been making fun of Branson, and although there is no update on her condition at this time, what happened could be very serious.

8 Responses to “CBS Reporter Serene Branson Suffers Possible Stroke, Utters 20 Seconds Of Gibberish After Grammys!”

  1. d. Says:

    in 2 days she will b a star- we r far from those oral exam standard like back in the days -can,t hate-just lol

  2. d. Says:

    but yo-tha was some Aguilera s**t

  3. BKBOOGER Says:


  4. woodside Says:

    s**t aint no damn stroke ..the b***h just fucked up her lines…. LMFAO

  5. marz7 Says:

    We have an update on the Grammy Reporter Serene Bransonand her alleged post Grammy Awardson-air stroke. An official statement was released by a KCBS-TV spokesman that states Branson did not suffer from a stroke and did not go to the hospital. She was checked out by paramedics on scene and sent home with a friend. Hopefully this just was a false alarm and that paramedic wasn’t a moron by sending her home.

  6. Leo Says:

    lol dat aint a stroke…she jus sux at bring a reporter

  7. golfer Says:

    Never mind wondering if the poor reporter had a stroke. I can see by looking at the replies, there are a bunch of literacy strokes happening on the spot as I read the comments above. This actually causes me more concern than the reporters problem. I have a strange feeling her problem will be easy to fix. The rest of you have no hope !!

  8. izay Says:

    KCBS-TV reporter Serene Branson’s incoherence Sunday fueled Internet speculation that she suffered an on-air stroke. But doctors at the University of California, Los Angeles where she went to get a brain scan and blood work done ruled it out. Doctors said she suffered a type of migraine that can mimic symptoms of a stroke.

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