Bucks Fizz star Jay Aston can’t move in the fight against the coronavirus

Bucks Fizz singer Jay Aston has shown she cannot move in the fight against the coronavirus.

The 59-year-old star, who was diagnosed with oral cancer back in 2018, spent most of the past year in isolation as she was classified as high risk.

However, Jay recently caught the virus despite doing her best to stay safe.

Bucks Fizz singer Jay Aston battles coronavirus (Photo credit: SplashNews.com)

What did Jay Aston say?

Jay went on Facebook and shared a throwback recording of a vinyl cover when looking back that she was “fit and bouncy.”

She wrote the post, “Those were the days… fit and bouncing… now tucked away in bed without moving much.

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“Full of COVID… thank you China or maybe Morrison.

“We were so careful, but it’s a Trojan horse. Disinfect all disinfectants! “

Jay announced that she likely discovered the virus while shopping (Credit: SplashNews.com)

In the meantime, she later added, “Thank you for all of my great news regarding my recent health crisis with COVID… progress is slow but in the right direction!

“Still coughing, but asthma doesn’t work … anyway, I’ll post more as I recover.”

What did Bucks Fizz fans say?

The fans rushed to show their support, saying, “I send you lots of love and best wishes, Jay.”

Another added: “I wish you a speedy recovery and I send you a lot of love.”

The singer is best known for being in Bucks Fizz (Credit: SplashNews.com)

In addition, a third commented: “We’re here for you, Jay Aston! Keep it up girl you will make it! I send a lot of love and hugs. “

A fourth wrote: “Get well soon!”

When was Jay Aston diagnosed with oral cancer?

Meanwhile, in 2018, Jay was diagnosed with oral cancer after noticing a white patch on her tongue.

Fortunately, the singer has now received the all-clear.

At the time, Jay was going through a grueling seven-hour operation to remove a piece of her tongue.

She opened up to Loose Women and previously stated, “I had to take part of my leg off and put it on my neck so they could rebuild my tongue.”

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She continued, “Basically, my tongue is sewn up to the mouth so I only have one working side.

“It was very painful to smile for a while. I think it’s like scar tissue. “

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