The 28-year-old American horror story actress "Emma Roberts" nailed her outfit as she wore Yanina Couture with Christian Louboutin shoes, an outfit designed by Elkin and makeup by Charlotte Tilbury Beauty. In the interview with Roberts, it's apparent that Blair's voice has been impacted by her current flare of the disease and while doctors have told the actress that she could potentially have up to 90 percent of her abilities back within a year thanks to treatment, she told Roberts that even if that's not the case, she can still chat with her and it's good enough.
Blair said that despite her chronic symptoms, she's doing "very well".
"My speech you'll notice, I have spasmodic dysphonia right now".
Blair was diagnosed in August of last year, and when she first opened up about her diagnosis in October, she described it as a relief because it gave some clarity to years of symptoms. "That was also a warning to me", she said. "They were tears of knowing I now had to give in to a body that had loss of control", she said. "And there was some relief in that because ever since my son was born, I was in an MS flareup and didn't know". I mean, we never know what kills us, Arthur.
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"I was really struggling with, "How am I gonna get by in life?' And [being] not taken seriously by doctors, just, 'Single mother, you're exhausted, financial burden, blah, blah, blah". "He gives me hope", Blair said. I drop things. My memory is foggy. "I don't know who to tell", Blair explained, "but I am dropping things, I am doing odd things..."
Blair said she experienced symptoms for some time before learning she had MS, but was "giving it everything to seem normal" around son Arthur, 7 - including "self-medicating".
She has also been nominated in the Best Actress category an impressive four times, for her roles in Fatal Attraction (1987), Dangerous Liaisons (1988), Albert Nobbs (2011), and The Wife (2018). "You just have to". "My son gets it and now I've learned to not feel really guilty", she explained. "It's fine to feel really crappy".
The medical diagnosis that left her in tears, but not the kind of tears you might think. This will bring a lot of awareness, 'cause no one has the energy to talk when they're in a flare-up.' But I do.
Watch Blair's interview with GMA above.