Joan Jett Recovering After Collapsing At ACLU Dinner

Representatives for Joan Jett say the singer, who topped the charts in 1982 with "I Love Rock N Roll," is doing well after collapsing at an ACLU banquet Tuesday night in Los Angeles.

During the opening comments at the dinner honoring a Mercury Records executive, Jett crumpled to the floor and went into convulsions, according to "The Hollywood Reporter."

Jett, who hasn't released a studio album since 1994's "Pure & Simple," received treatment from a medical team on the scene and then returned to her hotel.

On Wednesday, Jett appeared to have recovered from the incident and was feeling well enough to meet with several people in Polygram Records' office in Los Angeles.