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'I'm living in a part of hell': Christina Applegate speaks candidly about her multiple sclerosis

'I'm living in a part of hell': Christina Applegate speaks candidly about her multiple sclerosis

In an influential interview with Good morning America, Christina Applegate opened up about her new reality since being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 2021.

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“I'm living a little bit of hell […]“But yeah, the support is amazing,” Christina Applegate recently told Robin Roberts in an interview on Good morning America Along with her friend Jamie Lynn Sigler, 42, who is also suffering from the disease.

“My symptoms started in early 2021, and there was tingling in my toes.” While filming the final season of dead to me, By the summer of the same year, the actress's condition had noticeably deteriorated. “I was brought to the set in a wheelchair. I couldn't walk that far,” said Christina Applegate, who believes she lived with the disease for about six to seven years before she was diagnosed.

After receiving confirmation that she actually had the disease, Christina Applegate saw her life change dramatically. His friend Lance Bass soon introduced him to actress Jamie Lynn Sigler, 42, who has been seen in The soprano. She offered her support to Christina Applegate without hesitation.

This new friendship led, among other things, to the creation of the podcast chaoticWhich will not focus only on the disease. “We've connected multiple sclerosis, but it's not just about us. It's the starting point for a conversation about how to get through something difficult,” Jamie-Lynn Sigler said in a recent interview with the magazine. the people.

“It's about honesty. It's okay to be afraid. It's okay to be angry,” Christina Applegate added.

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By agreeing to participate in his first photo session in four years the people “I couldn't have done that day without her,” she said with her friend Christina Applegate.

“For the past five days I've been crying and saying, 'I'm going to have to cancel.' I was throwing up yesterday, thinking about all of this. Touching, putting on makeup or doing my hair, or just talking about it, gives me spasms. Strange positions, shoes, People, noise, atmosphere I can't control. It goes through my head and I want to go back to bed and watch Naked and afraidChristina Applegate explained the people.

Standing ovation at the Emmy Awards

Christina Applegate touched people — and made people laugh! — more than a rare public appearance to present an award at the Emmy Awards in January.

After a prolonged applause, the emotional star addressed the audience with the sense of humor we know so well.

“Oh my God, you make me feel ashamed of my disability when I stand up,” she joked. “I don't need to be applauded every time I do something.”

Christina Applegate, who said she didn't know if she was in it or not Dead to me It was his last work, receiving his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in November.

Podcast chaotic It will be available on March 19.