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Suzi Quatro, 70, says the BBC coronavirus hit her like a sledgehammer.


"I slept 18 out of 24 hours in the first five days": Suzi Quatro, 70, reveals she had coronavirus and says she "has never felt anything like it".

  • The 70-year-old singer told BBC Radio 2 that the disease consumed "every bit of energy I have".
  • Suzi added, "It's like someone came into my room and hit me over the head with a sledgehammer."
  • The 48 crash hit maker said she got sick one night after drinking a curry with members of her family
  • Suzi said people around her suspected she probably had the flu. She added, "I said," Yeah right, like it was going to be the flu! ".
  • The star said she was feeling almost normal again, and her doctor told her that singing and performing on stage likely helped her recovery

Suzi Quatro has revealed she had coronavirus and said she has "never felt anything like this".

The 70-year-old singer told BBC Radio 2 that the disease consumed "any amount of energy I have".

The 48 Crash Hitmaker added, "It's like someone walked into my room and hit me over the head with a sledgehammer."

"It was like someone hit me with a sledgehammer": Suzi Quatro found out she had a coronavirus and said she had "never felt anything like it" (picture last September).

She said she got sick one night after drinking a curry with members of her family.

If You Can & # 39; t Give Me Love singer revealed, “I'm just that side of hyper if not hyper, and I slept 18 hours out of 24 for the first five days and got up two naps a day. & # 39;

She said people close to her suggested she likely had the flu. She added, "I said," Yeah right, like it was the flu! "

Illness: The 70-year-old singer told BBC Radio 2 that the illness

Illness: The 70-year-old singer told BBC Radio 2 that the illness consumed "any amount of energy I have" (picture 1973, on stage in London)

She continued about her symptoms: "I had no appetite, my coffee tasted metallic, I didn't have my usual breakfast champagne because I didn't like it, which is another surprise for me."

Suzi said she was feeling almost normal again, and her doctor told her that singing and performing on stage probably helped her recovery.

She added that she "didn't even want to talk about it because doing public-private torment just isn't my style".

"I slept 18 out of 24 hours in the first five days": Suzi said that she got sick after a curry with family members and slept most of the day (picture 2018 with David Cook).

The musician said, however, that she hoped that by saying it would "help others who might do it poof-poof and make little of it".

She added, "It's not happy that I am talking about this."

Actors Idris Elba, Tom Hanks and Bryan Cranston and singer Pink are among the stars who have shown they tested positive for coronavirus or showed symptoms.

“As if it was the flu!”: The 48 crash hitmaker said people close to her said it was probably the flu, but she didn't believe it (pictured on Top Of The Pops 1973).

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