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Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Michael J. Fox puts on lively display at hockey game before Cuba Gooding Jr. reunion


MICHAEL J. FOX certainly isn’t going to let his Parkinson’s Disease diagnosis stop him doing what he loves, as he proved in New York last might.

Michael J Fox was spotted at an ice hockey match yesterday

The Back To The Future legend looked to be in high spirits as he cheered on his team at the ice hockey at the city’s Madison Square Garden.

Keeping his Henley Cup baseball cap firmly on, the 55-year-old looked well as he watched the New York Rangers take on the Ottawa Senators alongside his wife Tracy Pollan.
Michael looked engrossed in the match, cheering and clapping as the events unfolded, before catching up with Cuba Gooding Jr.
The actor and his film star pal, 49, were seen going in for a hug in the stands during the sporting event.
Michael J Fox was seen cheering on his team
Michael kept things causal in a leather jacket and a green sweatshirt, while his famous friend looked much smarter in a grey blazer and a crisp white shirt.
Tracy matched her spouse, 56, who she wed back in 1988, in a pale biker jacket and a mostly-black attire.
The producer and activist’s outing comes after her admitted his Parkinson’s made him laugh, following the devastating health news more than two decades ago.
Speaking to the April issue of AARP The Magazine, Michael commented: "The truth is that on most days, there comes a point where I literally can’t stop laughing at my own symptoms."
He continued: "Just the other morning I come into the kitchen. I pour a cup — a little trouble there. Then I put both hands around the cup. She’s [wife, Tracy Pollan] watching.
"'Can I get that for you, dear?' 'Nah, I got it!' Then I begin this trek across the kitchen. It starts off bad [and] only gets worse. Hot java’s sloshing onto my hands."

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