Umm... what doctor signed off on this?
Claudia Conway found herself hospitalized on Tuesday, March 30, and she may have appendicitis. But the 16-year-old seemed unfazed by her medical condition and more concerned about flexing on TikTok, where she has 1.7 million followers.
While wearing a medical gown and mask and hooked up to an IV, the daughter of former Donald Trump advisor Kellyanne Conway posted a video of herself dancing from her hospital bed to "Drip Too Hard" by Lil Baby and Gunna. She captioned the video, "Let’s hope that my appendix isn’t about to burst," and put the text, "drip too hard? yall rocking w/ IVs?" over the high-energy clip.
Claudia didn't share any other details about her hospital stay, and her famous political parents were not seen in the video. Based on another TikTok video posted Wednesday, March 31, she seems to be back home and doing okay.
Claudia's health scare comes a week after the aspiring singer was eliminated from American Idol. The teen was sent home on Monday, March 22, during the "Duets" episode of ABC's singing competition.
As OK! previously reported, Claudia had a rocky start on the show. Judge Katy Perry interrupted her first audition while she was singing Rihanna's "Love on the Brain" — but after a quick pep talk, during which the "Dark Horse" crooner told Claudia to "calm the storm that is around you," she redeemed herself with Adele's "When We Were Young."
During her Hollywood confessional, Claudia said she's now "drowning" out all of the criticism and "telling myself I can do it." Perry "believed in me, and I could not be more grateful for that,” she added.
Although she ultimately got the axe, the "Roar" singer applauded Claudia for taking control of her life and invited her to audition again next year.
Despite Claudia's tumultuous relationship with her mom, Kellyanne previously showed support for her daughter in a video clip.
"[Claudia] sets goals and works toward them. Of course, American Idol is next level!" she said. "We are proud of Claudia for entering the arena and sharing her beautiful voice and inspirational message about mental health with others."