Reportedly, music legend JONI MITCHELL whose bluesy folk defined a generation was found unresponsive at her LA home and rushed to the hospital.
The “Blue” legend was discovered by paramedics who received a 911 call about an unconscious female.
Joni was said to have regained consciousness on the way to the hospital.
She is currency being treated in the intensive care unit for unspecified injuries.
Diagnosis and her health status should be forthcoming.
The Canadian born beauty had a long history of health related issue – surviving both polio and scarlet fever as a child.
Joni was diagnosed several years back with a rare skin condition – Morgellions – a malady that cause victims to experience a crawling and biting to the skin by creatures that just ain’t there!
A winner of eight Grammy awards, Joni is best known for her hits “Big Yellow Taxi,” “Woodstock” and “You Turn Me On, I’m a Radio.”
UPDATED: Joni remains "in intensive care in an LA area hospital but is awake and in good spirits," her official Twitter account posted around 1 a.m. Wednesday.