BENIDORM’s legend Sticky Vicky has given her fans a health update after her horror fall saw her rushed to hospital.
The X-rated dancer thanked her followers for their support during the days she spent in hospital following an injury in her knees.
Sticky Vicky – real name Victoria Aragues Gadea, suffered a horrific fall while trying to get into a car last week.
The 79-year-old was taken to hospital and was discharged after five days but was forced to return over fears one of her legs had become infected.
She has now shared a picture of her from the hospital, giving her fans an update on her health.
She wrote in an Instagram post: “Good News, أولا, I would like to thank everyone for their support and blessings, especially in the Facebook groups, it makes me happy to know that they still love me and remember me.
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“This morning we were in the hospital for my cures, everything is going very well, the leg looks better, the problem was that I take anticoagulant pills and they had to replace them with injections, a little late but they are working
“so now it will take a few months to heal the wound, but I keep myself entertained with my daughter,
“I go with her to her sports activities, and I will try to enjoy the summer as much as I can, the doctors told me not to sit still, it is good to have activity for the mobility of the knee, thank God no bone was damaged.
“so we will report on the evolution that today is very positive.”
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The retired dancer is best known for her X-rated magic shows in the Spanish resort – popular with Brit holidaymakers.
Her fans well quick to comment on her post and send their well wishes.”
واحد: “Sending love to Vicky and hope she recovers soon.
Another one wrote: “Get Well Soon”.
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At her peak, the former dancer would perform six times a night, six days a week as tourists flocked the island to watch her shows.
Her final show was in 2015, just days before she underwent a hip operation.
She was diagnosed with uterine cancer the following year and announced her retirement at the age of 72.