Comedian Tracy Morgan has made news again. The 43-year-old star of the hit TV show, "30 Rock" has been hospitalized for "flu-like symptoms and dehydration." Morgan was set to perform in a Denver comedy club this week, but ended up canceling the show after getting sick.

According to The Huffington Post's Matt Ferner, those in attendance thought that the cancelation was a joke at first. "The emcee came out and told us that Tracy was feeling sick and wasn't going to come on. The crowd thought it was a joke at first. But it quickly sunk in how serious this was when the manager of Comedy Works South came out to tell us that Tracy was hoping to feel well enough to perform for the 10 p.m. show, but that there was no way they were going to let him because he was in such bad shape," he said.

TMZ also blasted out pictures of Morgan in a wheelchair being taken around the Denver airport on Sunday, before being flown back to New York. This is the second time that Morgan has been sick. In January, he fell unconscious at the Sundance Film Festival in Utah. Maybe, it's best that we keep the Brooklyn funnyman away from places with high altitudes.

Read it at The Huffington Post.