Kristin Chenoweth suffering mystery illness

Kristin Chenoweth
Kristin Chenoweth Bang Showbiz

KRISTIN Chenoweth has called on fans to pray for her after she was struck down with a mystery illness.

The 'Glee' star took to her Twitter account to reveal she was staying positive despite being "unable to move" on Monday as a result of unknown condition, and she is now awaiting test results to find out what is wrong with her.

She wrote: "Waiting on MRI results. No matter what I will be ok. Thanks everything for praying and sending good vibes. #thinkingpositive (sic)"

On Monday, Kristin wrote: "Back in la. Unable to move. Numbness and tingling in arm. Going to cedars dr tomorrow. Ah anyone who prays please do! (sic)"

The 46-year-old actress was clearly keen to cheer herself up as shortly afterwards she retweeted a fan's message which featured a picture of the star's book, 'A Little Bit Wicked: Life, Love, and Faith', which the supporter had recently bought.

Kristin's latest illness comes after the former 'Pushing Daisies' star revealed in March that she has been suffering from asthma for more than a decade.

She said: "I haven't really discussed the fact that I do suffer from asthma. I kept getting sick and couldn't figure out why I couldn't get my breath... that's kind of my asthma journey, if you will."

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