Bucks Fizz singer Jay Aston 'unable to move' and in agony after getting coronavirus following mouth cancer battle

BUCKS Fizz star Jay Aston has said that she's unable to move and in agony after getting coronavirus following her mouth cancer battle.

The Eurovision star took to her social media over the weekend to reveal her diagnosis and begged her fans to remember to sanitise their hands.

The 59-year-old took to her Facebook to share a throwback photo of a vinyl cover for her workout album titled, Shape Up & Dance with Jay Aston.

In a reflective mood, she captioned the shot: "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" [sic].

After sharing her post, the singer, who is currently in remission, was flooded with get well soon messages from fans.

One penned: "Awwww so sorry to hear you're unwell with this awful virus. Get well soon, sending huge hugs".

"Yikes. Scary stuff. Wishing you a fast and full recovery, " another wrote.

A third commented: "Oh bless you hoping you get better soon so scary these times . Take care of yourself wishing you a speedy recovery Jay Aston xxx" [sic].

In 2018, Jay opened up about her devastating battle with mouth cancer on Loose Women.

The British singer admitted fears she wouldn't make it to Christmas, while also revealing her operation left her unable to smile for months.

The Making Your Mind Up hitmaker was diagnosed with the disease in June 2018 after noticing a white patch on her tongue had spread.

"I had my last operation in July and I'm still recovering," she told the panel.

"I had to have part of my leg taken off and placed on my neck so they could rebuild my tongue."

The singer then admitted there was a time she doubted she would even make it to the end of the year.

She confessed: "I'm here and I wasn't sure I was going to see Christmas, so I'm very happy."

Despite her pop star career, Jay has also had to learn to sing differently.

She explained: "Basically, my tongue is sewn down to the bottom of my mouth so I've only got one working side.

"It was very painful to smile for a while. I guess it's like scar tissue."

The candid chat saw band member Cheryl Baker burst into tears and emotionally declare: "I can't talk."

Mike Nolan then emotionally chimed: "When you take one of us away, the other two of us are just lost."

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