Christina Applegate made her first public appearance after she revealed she had multiple Sclerosis in the summer of 2021. The actress unveiled her star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Monday, making it clear how vehemently she disagreed with her prognosis.
Christina Applegate was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis.
Christina Applegate, a 50-year-old American actress, now has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in Los Angeles. It is challenging for her to thank her 11-year-old daughter in her speech. “I am blessed to get up every day and take you to school; you are my everything.”
MS, a long-term condition affecting the central nervous system, was identified as Applegate’s in August 2021. Since then, she has been using a cane to walk.
In addition, the actress flaunted her fabulous manicure throughout the event. Her nails had “F*ck you, MS” inscribed on them.
In 2020, Christina Applegate would have already been awarded a star. Nevertheless, the ceremony had to be postponed due to the corona pandemic. The actor revealed that she had been diagnosed with MS while filming “Dead to me” for Netflix’s third and final season.
Multiple Sclerosis affects me. Her perfectly manicured fingers bore the abbreviation “FU MS,” which stands for “F*ck you, Multiple Sclerosis,” in bold white letters. She chose an unusual canvas for her strong message and wore it on her fingernails.
Sagal assisted Applegate onto the stage, and she sobbed as she talked about the support of her 11-year-old daughter. Sadie Grace Lenoble gave her after she was diagnosed with MS in her acceptance speech.
The most important person in this world is my daughter. You are so much more than you know. You are so beautiful and kind and intelligent and exciting. I am blessed to wake up and take you to school every day. Thank you for being by my side through all of this.