Actress and singer Debbie Reynolds is out of the hospital and recuperating after having an adverse reaction to some medication, and although her rep hasn't given details, he seems optimistic that she will recover fully.
Reynolds has cancelled all upcoming shows for the next few months, however, in order to regain her strength. The 80-year old was scheduled to appear on a float in January's Rose Parade, but it's unclear at this time whether she will be able to make it.
"We are taking a wait and see position regarding future personal appearances and will abide by the doctor's advice. It’s too soon to make a decision right now. But the prognosis is excellent,” rep Milt Suchin said.
Reynolds, who is mom to "Star Wars" actress Carrie Fisher, got her big break in the 1951 film "Singin' In The Rain" and went on to star in over 80 projects, including a recurring role on the hit show "Will & Grace".