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QVC guest host doing fine after fainting on-air

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WEST CHESTER, Pa. (AP) - A guest host on QVC who fainted on the air in the middle of a product pitch says she's doing fine.

Cassie Slane was selling a child-friendly computer tablet on the home shopping channel when she collapsed Sunday. The camera immediately cut away to a product shot as host Dan Hughes went on with the show and continued to talk about the item.

On Facebook, Slane thanked fans for their support and said she was feeling much better, while Hughes praised "the rapid response and immediate care that came to Cassie's side."

Another QVC host, Carolyn Gracie, told her Facebook followers that low blood sugar was the culprit that caused Slane's fainting spell.

QVC is based in the Philadelphia suburb of West Chester.

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