Zsa Zsa Gabor, a Hungarian-born American actress and one of Hollywood's most glamorous stars of all time, was hospitalized on Saturday at the UCLA Medical Center, at 10.30 a.m., after her husband, Frederic Prinz von Anhalt, found her unconscious at her Los Angeles-area mansion.

Gabor, 94, has been in ill-health for quite a few years and her husband, Von Anhalt, reportedly told Reuters that it doesn't look good.

“She has a high fever and high blood pressure. The feeding tube that had been previously placed had become undone and whatever she was eating was coming out of her stomach, said Von Anhalt.

However, later in the day Von Anhalt reported that his wife's fever was under control and she was responding to antibiotics. He added that although she had opened her eyes, she still had not spoken since being admitted.

Gabor was partially paralyzed and hospitalized for several weeks in a 2002 car crash and in 2005 she underwent surgery, after a stroke, to remove an arterial blockage. She went back under the surgeon's knife in 2007, for further treatment of the stroke she suffered in 2005, as well as an infection arising from the condition.

She was hospitalized again, a few years later, in July, 2010, after a fall at home and required hip replacement surgery and amputation of her leg.

On January 2, 2011, she was hospitalized again and was mistakenly reported to be close to death.

Most recently, she went into a coma on May 18, after bleeding was noticed in her feeding tube. She returned from the condition on May 24.