Jamie Foxx remains in the hospital and is said to be in “stable and non-life-threatening condition.”
The 55-year-old Oscar-winning actor was hospitalized last month after suffering what he called an “internal complication,” and has been under medical care for more than three weeks. But before he can go home, medical personnel are doing more tests.
A source told PEOPLE: “Jamie is in stable condition and is not currently in a life-threatening condition. [Doctors] I’m doing more testing and want to be completely sure he’s okay before I let him in [be discharged].”
The insider added that “Ray” Starr has been advised to “keep stress levels down” when he is allowed to go home. Jamie said he was eager to be released.
“He has a lot of projects going on. He gets things done. He’s focused and smart. What happened to him medically is enough to keep him in the hospital.” It’s serious.”
Another insider told the magazine there is still no timeline for when he will be considered healthy enough to leave the hospital. I’m there for. There’s been no word on when he’ll be discharged.”
Jamie fell ill in Atlanta, Georgia while filming his new Netflix movie Back in Action with Cameron Diaz. claimed the actor was on the road to recovery. Dearest, thank you for your prayers. The family asks for privacy during this time.
Jamie and Corinne will not be filming the new series of his game show, Beat Shazam, which was due to go into production after his hospitalization. The show will begin filming with new host Nick Cannon replacing Jamie.
After this news broke, Jamie broke his silence to thank his fans for their support and hope his friend Nick will take over the show for him.
In an Instagram post, the actor wrote: “Thank you for all the love!!! Feeling blessed [prayer and heart emojis] (sic)” Jamie’s daughter Corinne also shared the post on her Instagram, captioning the post with, “Thank you for loving me!”
Jamie also thanked Nick, adding: