Jamie Foxx remains hospitalized after suffering a medical emergency, and now another project is being filmed without him.
“Beat Shazam,” the game show co-hosted by Foxx and his daughter Corinne Foxx, has begun filming its new season but has found another host to replace the Oscar-winning actor, TMZ reported Wednesday.
Corinne will also not appear in the new season, as she remains by her father’s side at the Atlanta hospital where he remains.
Sources close to Jamie also told the outlet that they are asking for prayers for his recovery.
Representatives for the Foxx family and “Beat Shazam” did not immediately respond to Page Six’s requests for comment.
Jamie, 55, has been hospitalized since mid-April when he suffered what Corinne, 29, called a “medical complication” while filming “Back in Action” with Cameron Diaz.
However, the scare did not occur on the set of the film.
The project temporarily halted filming but resumed days later with a body double for Jamie as reports surfaced that he was “steadily improving”.
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Two weeks later, a source told People that the “Django Unchained” actor was “awake and alert.”
His family has yet to disclose his diagnosis.
Nick Cannon also echoed in an interview that Jamie seemed to be on the mend.
“We love it. That’s the family,” said Cannon, 42.
Jamie’s close friend Martin Lawrence also shared an update on the actor’s health, saying he was “on the mend”.
Lawrence, 58, shared his well wishes, calling Foxx “one of the best we have in Hollywood.”
He added: “Not just one of the best artists, but a good person. … My prayers go out to him every night and I only wish the best for him.”