The Chase star Paul Sinha has tweeted a light-hearted post about his Parkinson's disease.
The Chaser – also known as The Sinnerman – revealed his diagnosis last year, saying he promised to fight the disease "with every breath".
However, in a new social media post Paul showed his sense of humour over the situation, joking: "Thanks to Parkinson's my eating is increasingly clumsy, but I try hard not to get a chip on my shoulder."
Speaking in June last year about being diagnosed with Parkinson's, Paul explained: "It was a devastating denouement to a medical odyssey that began in September 2017 with a sudden-onset, frozen right shoulder, and took in an unexpected diagnosis of Type 2 diabetes, a lifestyle transformation that enabled me to lose two stone, and a shoulder operation in January this year.
"Nonetheless my reaction was not one of shock. I spent May this year in New Zealand simultaneously having the comedy month of my life, and worrying about why a right-sided limp was now getting worse.
"Behind the facade of the cheerful, late night comedy festival drunk was a man deeply scared about facing the truth when back in the UK. It has been a really, really tough two weeks."
"I've been trying to load this for a while. 0130 my wedding," he explained to his followers. "Our plans to perform 'The Impossible Dream' in alcoholic ruin. I don't know any of the words. Just keep reminding myself how happy I was. An epic yawn from one of my mates."
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