There are definitely better reasons to be trending on Twitter.
But Patsy Kensit's erratic appearance on This Morning set tongues wagging yesterday, sending Twitter into meltdown with worried fans sending messages of support to the actress.
After appearing on the show to talk about her autobiography - which includes the sensitive subject of her hysterectomy - the 45-year-old quickly became agitated.
Patsy could be seen speaking incredibly fast, fidgeting and avoiding eye contact with presenters Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield.
And it wasn't long before her name was trending on Twitter with users questioning her behaviour.
One Twitter user wrote: "Patsy Kensit on This Morning, slurring, fidgeting and not making a great deal of sense."
Another commented: "I feel like Patsy Kensit is going abit Kerry Katona on This morning #SlurredLines"
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But the comments soon turned to support, with plenty sending both Holly and Phil tweets to make sure Patsy was OK.
One wrote: "Poor Patsy kensit on @itvthismorning she's seems very confused...really hard to watch that interview without cringing slightly. #getwellsoon"
Clearly worried about Patsy's state, Phil and Holly both asked Patsy how she was doing and if she was OK following her hysterectomy.
The former Emmerdale actress told them: "I'm OK now, it's a big adjustment. I had to have the hysterectomy about two months ago because I was getting these huge cysts.
"I had one removed in 2011 and within nine months two huge ones had come back... and it was only with the fact that I got pneumonia and I was rushed into hospital, and the chest guy said 'you have something in your stomach' and told me to go for an MRI scan.
"And they were just huge [cysts], so I had a hysterectomy and now I am in full-blown menopause - my mouth is dry, I have the sweats - and no one talks about it, the subject seems taboo and like you're not a woman any more... I would love to have had people to call because 45 is relatively young."
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