Bucks Fizz singer Jay Aston has been struggling to move after she was struck down with coronavirus.
She shot to fame as part of the successful band Bucks Fizz with Bobby G, Mike Nolan and Cheryl Baker who together notably won the Eurovision Song Contest in 1981.
Now the songstress, who previously battled mouth cancer, gave fans an update on Facebook about her fight with coronavirus from her bed over the weekend.
Eurovision’s starlet, 59, urged her huge following to sanitise their hands amid the coronavirus pandemic.
According to The Sun, she wrote: “Those were the days… fit and bouncy.. now tucked up in bed not moving much, full of Covid… thanks China or maybe Morrison’s.
“We’ve been so careful but it’s a Trojan horse. Sanitize the sanitizer all! pandemic #covid#home#lockdown.”
Her coronavirus battle comes after Jay was given the all-clear from mouth cancer.
The singer faced a difficult journey to recovery when she was diagnosed with mouth cancer in 2018.
Jay had a biopsy in the April before a seven-hour operation to remove 40% of her tongue in the June.
Doctors made a new tongue using her thigh’s tissue and they removed her top teeth as a precaution if she needed chemotherapy.
Medics informed her the cancer was gone just 10 days after the operation.
Last year, Jay told The Belfast Telegraph lockdown has given her time to reflect on her life following her cancer battle.
In turn, the singer said it has allowed her to completely “re-evaluate my life”.
She added: “Surviving an experience like that makes you realise the simple things and pleasures you took for granted.
“We all get so upset about minor things and miss the fact that whatever’s happening, if you’re here it is a good day.”