The 24-year-old described the “painful” seizure as “definitely one of the worst I’ve had in a while.”
The music video for Delilah Belle Hamlin’s debut single was being shot when she experienced a health shock, which she openly discusses.
The model disclosed that she experienced a “painful” seizure while filming the music video for her new single Nothing Last Forever in an interview with Entertainment Tonight.
Delilah, the eldest child of Lisa Rinna and Harry Hamlin, said, “I was having seizures on the second day of the music video shoot, it was about nine hours a day. “We still don’t know a lot about her. We’ve been working on it for years, but we still have a lot to learn. On set, I lost my cool.
The 24-year-old said the seizure was “very painful” and that “everyone I loved was around me.” She added that it was “definitely one of the worst I’ve had in a while.”
Delilah claimed that her seizure was ultimately “a lovely thing,” and that she was able to carry that emotion over into the next day’s filming.
After the terrifying event, the former Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star stated she was “proud of myself” for standing up for herself.
“At the same time, I believe that I do this frequently. Now it feels so natural to me. That I simply say, “Alright, get up.” When you’re feeling under the weather but still need to get through the day,” she recalled to ET what she had learned about working