Good news for fans
First pictures of Jamie Foxx since “Complication”
Relief after the shock for his fans: Jamie Foxx can be seen publicly for the first time since his medical emergency in April. The actor goes on a boat tour and appears in good spirits and fit.
He seems to be on the mend: Jamie Foxx has been seen in public for the first time since his hospitalization. The US portal “TMZ” published video recordings showing the 55-year-old actor in a good mood and waving on a boat.
The Hollywood star was admitted to a Georgia hospital on April 12. At the time, his eldest daughter Corinne announced that there had been a “medical complication”. Since then, there has been much speculation about the American actor’s health.
Boat tour on Sunday
Footage now shows a cheerful Jamie Foxx out on a boat on the Chicago River on the afternoon of July 9th. It is said that he was accompanied by several friends or family members. When another boat passed him and the passengers cheered him on, he laughed and waved back. He wore an all-black outfit with aviator sunglasses for the weekend getaway.
“TMZ” also allegedly has pictures showing Foxx out and about in the greater Chicago area on Saturday night. The portal writes that he is “no less active on his feet” and “in a good mood” there too.
“I appreciate all the love”
What exactly happened to Jamie Foxx in April is still unclear to this day. On May 3, the actor reported to his fans with an Instagram post. “I appreciate all the love!!! I feel blessed.” His daughter Corinne explained shortly afterwards that her father was “already on the mend”. In mid-May, she shared: “My father left the hospital weeks ago and is recovering.”
Also in mid-May, the 29-year-old announced on Instagram that her father and she were planning a TV game show together. “We Are Family” will be on the air in 2024. The father-daughter duo will lead through the musical game show, which features celebrities singing a duet with an unknown relative. The celebrity appears in hiding, the game participants have to guess his name.
The Oscar winner (“Ray”) was last in front of the camera alongside Cameron Diaz and Glenn Close for the Netflix comedy “Back in Action”.