Arnold Schwarzenegger undergoes emergency open-heart surgery

Joann Johnston
March 30, 2018

Terminator star, Arnold Schwarzenegger, has undergone emergency open-heart surgery, according to USA reports.

The 70-year-old former California governor was admitted to Cedars-Sinai Hospital Thursday to get a pulmonic valve replaced, Daniel Ketchell said in a statement.

But during the procedure, which was considered "somewhat experimental", Schwarzenegger experienced complications, which led to emergency open-heart surgery, sources said.

His family, including wife Maria Shriver, have not commented.

Fortunately, the surgeons were prepared for this eventuality and the outlet reports that he's in stable condition.

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This is not the first time the Austrian-born Schwarzenegger has undergone heart surgery. Schwarzenegger's reps have not yet confirmed the news.

"I was very scared", Schwarzenegger told Barbara Walters of 1997's surgery. In 1992, he had an aortic valve replaced. "All of a sudden, in the middle of the night, I started getting less and less air and I have problems breathing".

"I'll be back" is, of course, one of the more famous lines from the former action movie's star career.

Schwarzenegger tweeted a joke proposal that he and Trump exchange jobs "so that people can finally sleep comfortably again".

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