The 95-year-old, who hosted the classic game show from 1972 to 2007, needed some help getting into a vehicle, as he received some assistance with his wheelchair. The TV personality was seen wearing a dark-colored track suit, which included two red lines down the sleeves. This is the first time we have seen Bob since January, when it was confirmed to Closer Weekly that he had suffer a fall in his house in Los Angeles. Thankfully, he did not need to head to the hospital after his spill, but Bob was looked at by medical professionals inside his home.
The former host of Truth and Consequences has had his health scares over the last couple of years. Back in the summer of 2017, Bob suffered another fall and hit his head, this time in the bathroom of his home. He did end up calling 911 and paramedics arrived on the scene, however, according to his rep, Bob actually requested that his housekeeper drive him to the emergency room instead of being taken by an ambulance. Also, in November 2018, the beloved star found himself at the hospital for severe back pain, just one month after he needed assistance after experiencing an “increased level of pain.”
Even through his ups and downs, Bob still remains as tough as nails — he once opened up about the show that put him on the map. “People always like to win prizes,” Bob exclusively told Closer Weekly at the time. “And they can win them without knowing who discovered America or anything in the way of history.” So true!
It is so great seeing Bob again, and we hope that he continues to stay strong!