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Three years after experiencing a “rare kind of vasculitis,” Ashton Kutcher claims to be entirely recovered

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Three years after experiencing a “rare kind of vasculitis,” Ashton Kutcher claims to be entirely recovered

Ashton Kutcher, star of “Jobs,” has spoken out about being diagnosed with an autoimmune disease called “rare form of vasculitis,” which left him unable to see, hear, or walk. In the Monday episode of the National Geographic programme “Running Wild with Bear Grylls: The Challenge,” the actor revealed his diagnosis.

In a video clip posted by the entertainment programme Access Hollywood, Kutcher said, “Like two years ago, I had this weird, super rare form of vasculitis, that like knocked out my vision, it knocked out my hearing, it knocked out like all my equilibrium.”

The 44-year-old further stated in the video that it had taken him a year to start over in life and that he was “lucky to be alive.”

When you realise that you may never be able to see again, you don’t really appreciate something until it’s gone. I’m uncertain as to whether I will ever be able to hear or walk normally again. I’m fortunate to still be here, he said.

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Kutcher posted a clarification on Twitter after the video went viral on social media, claiming that the health scare occurred three years prior and that he has since fully recovered.

There are a lot of rumours, chatter, and other things out there before. Yes, I experienced a rare case of vasculitis 3 years ago. Following the autoimmune flare-up, I experienced some hearing, vision, and balance problems. I was fully restored. All is well. Going forward Bye, bye.

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Cate Blanchett’s response to her character in Tár being dubbed a “lesbian icon” Yes, that’s cool. I’ll take it.

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Cate Blanchett’s response to her character in Tár being dubbed a “lesbian icon” Yes, that’s cool. I’ll take it.

The Golden Globe-winning actress Cate Blanchett responded to the praise she received for her performance in Todd Field’s Tár, for which she won Best Actress in a Motion Picture for the fourth time (Drama). Cate plays a gay conductor named Lydia Tár in the movie, whose career takes a sharp turn for the worse after a number of accusations are made public. When some gay fans referred to her as a “lesbian icon,” Cate Blanchett responded.

In the drama Tár, the Academy Award-winning actor, who is anticipated to receive her seventh Oscar nomination, portrays an EGOT-winning conductor who is wed to a female violinist (played by Nina Hoss). Cate has been quite busy promoting Tár since she missed the 2023 Golden Globes event to go to the movie’s London premiere. She emphasised that director Todd Field did not place any special attention on Lydia’s same-sex relationship and that Lydia’s status as a female conductor has no bearing on the film’s significance. According to the actor, the movie’s focus is on her power rather than her gender and sexual orientation.

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