Music mogul Clive Davis postpones pre-Grammy Awards gala due to Bell’s palsy, Entertainment News

By | February 24, 2021

Music mogul Clive Davis postpones pre-Grammy Awards gala on account of Bell’s palsy, Leisure Information

Music mogul Clive Davis has postponed his bit for the scheduled pre-Grammy Awards 2021 gala as he recovered from Bell’s palsy. 

In response to media experiences, Clive Davis is now recovering as he acquired the prognosis every week in the past. Clive Davis’ consultant, Sean Cassidy mentioned, “He is being handled with antibiotics and is predicted to make a full restoration in six to eight weeks at which level, he plans to host the second installment of his digital pre-Grammy gala. Clive is clearly upset to delay the night because it’s shaping as much as be as huge as the primary. Nevertheless, he feels nice in any other case and is wanting ahead to the Could occasion.”

Bell’s palsy is a situation characterised by muscle weak point that usually causes one aspect of the face to droop. It’s usually a response to a viral an infection. It’s not from COVID-19 for Clive Davis. Bell’s palsy usually resolves by itself and the situation may be helped by bodily remedy and therapy from a medical physician.

It was beforehand introduced that Clive Davis will host two pre-Grammy Awards occasions within the wake of most issues going digital owing to the pandemic.

The primary pre-Grammy Awards gala occurred on January 30 with a second scheduled for March 13, the night time earlier than this 12 months’s telecast, which was rescheduled to March 14 from Jan. 31 after a surge in instances throughout the US The primary occasion served as a profit for MusiCares and the March 13 gathering will profit the Grammy Museum.

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