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Jamie Foxx Triumphs Over Near-Death Experience, Opens Up About Harrowing Journey at Critics Choice Association Awards


Jamie Foxx received the Vanguard Award at the Critics Choice Association Awards on Monday night, where he emotionally shared details about a mystery illness that nearly claimed his life.

During his 12-minute acceptance speech for his outstanding performance in “The Burial,” Foxx touched on his recent health scare, marking his first public appearance since being rushed to the hospital in April.

Although Foxx did not disclose the specific cause of the emergency, he painted a somber picture, describing a period where he was unable to walk. He expressed the severity of the ordeal, stating that he wouldn’t wish what he went through on his worst enemy.

Despite the challenging circumstances, the audience responded with a standing ovation and cheers, showing their support as Foxx candidly discussed the near-life-ending journey he faced.

“I cherish every single minute now… I saw the tunnel. I didn’t see the light,” Foxx revealed during his heartfelt speech, emphasizing the profound impact the experience had on his perspective.

From the outside, Jamie Foxx appears to have fully recovered and returned to his vibrant self, signaling a triumphant comeback from the health crisis.

The Critics Choice Association Awards became a platform for Foxx to reflect on his harrowing ordeal, providing fans and well-wishers with an insight into the actor’s resilience and gratitude for life.

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Dana Sterling-Editor


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