She's amassed quite a following for her potty-mouthed cooking videos, where she makes all sorts of meals for friends, family, the kids "and sh-t".
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As Auntie Fee continues to fight for her life following a debilitating heart attack, get to know the hilarious Internet sensation with five fast facts right here.
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Fee, whose real name is Felicia O'Dell, made the internet go insane in 2014 after posting a video promoting recipes for her "good ass chicken" and "sweet treats for the kids". In the early hours of Sunday, the 59-year-old did state via social media that she had fallen somewhat ill.
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Well wishes poured in for the star, with one Facebook user commenting on the post, "We're praying Auntie Fee.... please fight the good fight and come back home". As her fame spread, she appeared as a guest cook on "The Steve Harvey Show", "Jimmy Kimmel Live" and other shows. According to TMZ, Fee's family rushed her to Harbor-UCLA Medical Center after vomiting and complaining about chest pains. She also scored a small role in the movie Barbershop 3.