Jessie J: I had a stroke at age 18

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Posted by: Newswalle

If the singer "Price Tag" Jessie J, some hoped to stage bone cancer Erase Gala in New York on Wednesday night in the audience that they made the following statement: "I had a stroke when he was 18."
The Grammy-nominated singer, who presenter Chris Tucker as "the new queen of British soul," the crowd full of Stars at Cipriani Wall Street explained how grateful you are that she is recovering from her stroke. "I am glad every day that I am able to live my dream, grateful," he said.
The British-born singer, 26, has had heart problems since he was a child when they are diagnosed with Wolff-Parkinson-White, which can cause an irregular heartbeat.
She dedicated her performance of "well not be" "to" the people we have lost to cancer and who are battling cancer. "

As he sings the lyrics of his songs, price tag – "It's not about money, money, money" – said jokingly that "evening it comes to money today." (In fact, the gala, a record $ 4 million for blood cancer removal, used to register bone marrow donors to save lives.)
While the song is a lush Jessie J came on the stage and moved through the crowd, going from table to table, singing and even the guests sit on a few rounds of people.
Other celebrities who Von Teese and Georgia May Jagger, who was just named the first global ambassador Coty attended the gala with Coco Rocha, Doutzen Kroes, Kelly Bensimon, Dita in the fight against blood cancer.
For more information or to register as a bone marrow donor, please visit deletebloodcancer.org.

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