David Hasselhoff is doing fine. But, as usual, the media's a bit on the sick side.
According to his attorney, the Hoff's trip to the hospital yesterday was a minor incident and was blown out of proportion after the fact.
"He is totally normal," lawyer Mel Goldsman told E! News Monday. "He was released almost immediately after he arrived at the hospital."
The America's Got Talent judge felt dizzy at his home Sunday afternoon and was taken to a nearby hospital by ambulance, prompting speculation that he had been nipping at the cooking sherry.
In fact, he was good to go after about an hour, Goldsman said. A rep for Hasselhoff explained that the actor was experiencing a side-effect from taking the antinausea drug Antivert and Antabuse, which is used by recovering alcoholics to create acute sensitivity to booze.