After The ENQUIRER first reported ELIZABETH TAYLOR has been placed on a respirator, the iconic beauty is courageously battling for life.

Taylor’s rep confirmed to media that the two-time Oscar winning superstar will remain hospitalized for a "few more days" to continue treatment for congestive heart failure.

Taylor, 78, was admitted late last week as The ENQUIRER first reported in a bombshell world exclusive.  Her hospitalization was first denied to ABC News by her rep and then she later confirmed The ENQUIRER’s report as Liz’s condition worsened.

Beloved Liz is being treated for symptoms caused by congestive heart failure, a condition she first disclosed in November 2004.

Her rep, Sally Morrison said Liz was resting comfortably at Cedars- Sinai Medical Center, receiving additional family members and friends.

 Morrison did not offer details of the treatment.

"At this stage, with her history, they’re going to want to keep her in for a while just to make sure they’ve fixed what they needed to fix," Morrison told media.

Friday night, The ENQUIRER reported that Liz’s breathing had become so compromised she had to be placed on a respirator.

"She was fighting for every breath," a family friend told THE ENQUIRER exclusively Friday night.

"They had to put her on a respirator. The children from out of town are on their way. Two are already at her bedside keeping vigil. Right now it doesn’t look good.

"She’s in God’s hands."

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