Christina Applegate for multiple sclerosis: I live in hell, freaked out in Emmy.

52-year-old Christina Applegate admitted to living “in hell” after being diagnosed with and revealed that it was not at all easy for her to attend the Emmy 2024 Awards in January. “It was difficult” he admitted. During an exclusive interview with journalist Robin Roberts in “Good Morning America”, the 52-year-old actress, who battles multiple sclerosis, admitted that she “frozen so much” at the ceremony when she went on stage to award the Second Women’s Role Award in a comedy series. “In fact, I went to pass out,” he told the journalist. “People were saying ‘Oh, you were so funny’, and I ‘I don’t even know what I said. I don’t know what I did, I freaked out so much that I didn’t even know what was going on anymore.” When asked if she felt the love of the world after her appearance at the 75th Emmy Awards, she replied: “Yes. I live in hell somehow… I don’t get out much, so this is gonna be a little difficult for my system. But yes of course the support is wonderful and I am truly grateful.” wearing a burgundy velvet toilet by Christian Siriano and holding a cane, while he ascended the stage underfoot, with the help of the evening’s host, Anthony Anderson. “Thank you so much! Oh, God! You make me ashamed that you welcome me standing up,” Cristina Applegate said tearfully. Referring again to that moment, he said: “I really felt loved and was something beautiful” adding: “I will only say this, this audience stood up for everyone! “ Cristina Applegate had her colleague Jamie- Lynn Sigler in her interview in “Good Morning America”. The 42-year-old actress of the “Sopranos” series was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis when she was 20 years old, while Christina was 40 years old when she began displaying the symptoms of the disease affecting the brain, spinal cord and optic nerves. Last year, Christina said she might never play in front of the camera because of her battle with multiple sclerosis. The actress said she had thought of what her future might look like and said to Vanity Fair: “ I can’t even imagine going to the set right now. This is a progressive illness. I don’t know if I’ll get any worse. With multiple sclerosis disease, it is never a good day,” he explained. “There are certain things that people take for granted in their lives, which I also took for granted. Going down the stairs, carrying things – you can’t do it anymore. It sucks,” he continued. “I can still drive my car over short distances. I can bring food to my child.” “Dead To Me” actress confirmed that she addressed a friend to help her care for Sadie’s 13-year-old daughter, whom she has acquired with her husband Martin LeNoble, 54. Christina Applegate learned that she has multiple sclerosis in August 2021, just before Netflix’s third and final season of the “Dead to Me” series began. “No one knew I would be sick, that I would take 40 pounds of medication and I couldn’t walk,” he explained. “I’m probably never going to work in front of the camera again, but I’m so happy to have played with someone who is by far the best actress I’ve worked with all my life, if not the best person I’ve ever met,” she said of her co-star Linda Cardelini. Information From

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