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Howie Mandel is speaking out about the whole test that made his name in the headlines for “passing out” at a Starbucks in Los Angeles, which he says was the result of dehydration.

The “America’s Got Talent” judge, 65, joined his daughter, Jacqueline Schulz, on the “Howie Mandel Do Stuff” podcast and was at first a comical giggle at the fact that he couldn’t “pass out” in peace.

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“First of all, what has this world come to where you can no longer pass out in private at Starbucks?” Mandel quipped right out of the gate.

“I was dehydrated. I had a colonoscopy a few days ago,” he explained to Schultz. “They emptied you. You have a drink, and you vacate — I had diarrhea all night essentially, you know, consensual.”

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The “Deal or No Deal” host said the procedure dehydrated her and “from the moment I woke up from the colonoscopy, I went and I was done.”

Mandel elaborated on the events of his week, causing the public to “pass out” and joked that the reason he was passed out was the sticker price of the Venti Macchiato he ordered and explained that he could hardly Ever drink water and live “coffee and caffeine, which also increase dehydration, I was told.”

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Schultz said she was initially concerned about her father until her mother clarified everything and highlighted tabloid photos that showed a bald man like Mandel, who eventually became a firefighter. As was responding to the scene.

“It’s like a really buff, young, bald firefighter — a healthy looking guy — and they said that was you. I was like, OK, I’m not so worried because that guy looks good!” She quipped at the moment, in which Mandel said, “I didn’t know it until you called! He’s a firefighter with a red arrow. He’s sitting with his sunglasses on, ready to go to the hospital.” !”

Mandeli on Wednesday tweeted That he is “doing well” after the horror and thanked the doctors as well as those who arrived on his behalf.

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“I’m at home and doing better. I was dehydrated and I had low blood sugar,” he wrote. “I applaud the great doctors and nurses who took such good care of me. Thank you to everyone who reached out but I’m doing fine!”