Entertainment After aneurysm: "Woodstock" star Joni Mitchell fights his way back
VIDEO Eddy Mitchell: his heavy sentence with David Hallyday
© screenshot France 2 VIDEO Eddy Mitchell: his heavy sentence with David Hallyday There are things that don't change. Sunday, October 18, while he was invited to the set at 8:30 p.m. on Sunday, on France 2, Eddy Mitchell addressed tender words to David Hallyday. Words that find a special echo today ... Eddy Mitchell has been going crazy lately .
Since 2015, Woodstock icon Joni Mitchell (76) has been with the consequences to fight a brain aneurysm. In the past five years she has mainly been concerned with finding her way back to life, as she has now revealed to.
During this time she was no longer able to play the guitar or the piano. "No, I'm still focused on getting my health back. [...] I've fought my way back from polio and now I'm struggling back again," said Mitchell, who contracted the infectious disease at the age of nine.
VIDEO Laura Smet young mother: the adorable wink of Eddy Mitchell, her godfather
© Getty VIDEO Laura Smet young mother: the adorable wink of Eddy Mitchell, her godfather Sunday 18 October 2020, around 8:30 p.m. on France 2, Eddy Mitchell offered his goddaughter a nice wink concerning the birth of his first child. As a good godfather, the rocker did not forget to mention the birth of Johnny Hallyday's daughter. Friday, February 16, 2018.
"I'm a fighter"
The aneurysm in her brain has taken far more from her than the polio many years ago. For the second time in her life, she had to cope with the stroke of fate in 2015: "I couldn't walk anymore. I had to learn again. I couldn't speak either," said Mitchell. Fortunately, she quickly learned the ability to speak again, only walking continues to cause her difficulties.
"But I'm a fighter. I have Irish blood!" Says the native Canadian, who has both Irish and Scottish ancestry. With nine Grammy Awards and songs like "Woodstock" or "Big Yellow Taxi", Mitchell is one of the most important artists of the 1970s.
Drew Mitchell responds to Nick Farr-Jones: 'Some of the most naive comments I've ever heard' .
"Disappointing and wide of the mark"Farr-Jones said he doesn't believe Australia has "a major issue in relation to discrimination of coloured people,” and urged the Wallabies not to take a knee ahead of this weekend's Bledisloe Cup match in Sydney.