Wendy Williams passed out during Tuesday’s Halloween show. The host was dressed as the Statue of Liberty during the Oct. 31 epsiode of “The Wendy Williams Show,” and she later said that passed out from being overheated.

The live Halloween episode included a costume contest that Williams was getting ready to start when she started to look disoriented. She was shaking and backed away from the podium. She collapsed to the ground and some crew members ran to her side before the show cut to commercial.

Watch a video of the incident below:

The host returned after a commercial break and seemed to be fine. She explained to the audience that she was just overheated. She went on to finish the costume contest before the show ended.

Still, the sudden collapse had fans concerned. They went to Twitter to voice their concern and send Williams well wishes.

Williams’ episode scared many audience members. Some were unsure if it was a Halloween trick. Of course, other viewers started speculating about what exactly happened before the commercial break even ended. Many believed Williams was had something much more serious than heat exhaustion. Several Twitter users wrote that the personality had suffered a stroke.

Luckily, it does not appear to be that serious. Williams returned a few minutes after passing out to explain the situation. “That was not a stunt. I’m overheated in my costume and I did pass out,” Williams told viewers when she returned. “But you know what? I’m a champ and I’m back.”

The 53-year-old was wearing a long-sleeved dress covered in green sequins. She also had not only a headpiece but a long green wig as well. She kept the outfit on as she went on with the show.

“The Wendy Williams Show” airs weekdays at 10 a.m. EDT. Check your local listings to find out where to watch the syndicated show.

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Wendy Williams fans were concerned after the host passed out on live TV Tuesday. She is pictured above on Nov. 21, 2016 in Washington, DC. Larry French/Getty Images for Thurgood Marshall College Fund