One of the most emotional moments of the last edition of the Emmy Awards was starring Selma Blair, (50 years). The actress, who is suffering from multiple sclerosis, has been working for years to give visibility to this disease that has affected her speech and mobility in her left leg.
The interpreter, who presented the award for the best drama series, made her appearance on the stage of the Microsoft Theatre in Los Angeles, in a spectacular dress by Alexander McQueen, when all her fellow professionals stood up to welcome her with a warm ovation.
The actress with tears in her eyes thanked her colleagues for the sense welcome. "I feel very honored," Blair said, excited at the reaction of his colleagues. Viewers have quickly commented on this very moving moment on social media.
Four years ago, the actress of Hellboy or Cruel Intention revealed to her followers that she had been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. Since then, he has spoken openly about his daily fight against this disease and has even shot a documentary, Introducing Selma Blair, in which he records his day to day.
The interpreter, presented the award for the best drama series.
Beyond the statuettes presented today at the Microsoft Theatre, Blair has undoubtedly been the undisputed protagonist of the awards ceremony. Blair recounted that it was at the age of 46 that she was diagnosed, however, after becoming a mother, she realized that the symptoms of the disease had been there since before.