David Cassidy performs during the Paradise Artists Party at IEBA Conference Day 3 at the War Memorial Auditorium on October 9, 2012 in Nashville, Tennessee.
"They are all reuniting in support of him".
On Saturday he was conscious and surrounded by family, including his son Beau Cassidy, ex-wife Sue Shifrin and brother Patrick Cassidy.
The 67-year-old actor was rushed to hospital last week after suffering from liver and kidney failure, and whilst he was placed into a medically induced coma upon admission to the hospital, it has now been claimed that over the weekend he regained consciousness.
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David previously spoke out on his alcohol battle too, telling Piers Morgan in 2014: "If I take another drink, I'm going to die, physically, mentally, emotionally, spiritually". He was delighted to see them.
In February he told People magazine that dementia ran in his family and his mother had struggled with the disease. 'When his brother Patrick walked into the room, David lit up like a Christmas tree. "They will always be there for him", a source told the outlet.
Taking to his dad's official Facebook page, Beau Cassidy updated concerned fans, warning them: "Unfortunately David is very sick. Thank you very much for your love and concern that you have expressed in your messages to him". He has been in declining health for a while and has been open about his financial and health problems. Earlier this year in February, he also revealed the was battling dementia after his unusual behavior onstage prompted fans to wonder if he had relapsed with alcohol abuse.
"I was in denial, but a part of me always knew this was coming", he told People magazine. "I was concerned people would mistake my alcoholism with my diagnosis", said Cassidy. "I want to enjoy life", he added.
The singer toured the world singing his hit songs, such as "I Think I Love You", filling concert halls with screaming teenage girls.