Tony Hadley 'obsédé’ avec chirurgie et montre des opérations à cœur ouvert pendant le temps libre

SINGER Tony Hadley is obsessed with surgical procedures and watches open heart ops in his spare time, he has revealed.

The Spandau Ballet star, 61, mentionné: “Aortic valve replacement? Very interesting, en fait. I’m a bit weird.”

Singer Tony Hadley has revealed he watches open heart ops in his spare time

Singer Tony Hadley has revealed he watches open heart ops in his spare timeCrédit: Rex

He even once watched doctors cut open his knee during a live operation after bone broke off during a tour with the world’s largest choir Young Voices in 2019.

Il a dit: “I watched it on the screen, I watched the whole operation. It was the weirdest thing. I remember at one point the surgeon said, ‘I think we’re going to have to go in a bit deeper — get the scalpel out’.

“I’m just watching him cut open my knee. My mum thinks I’m very strange.” The dad of four also revealed he wanted to be an orthopaedic surgeon, ajouter: “I was a bit of a strange kid in some ways. I had microscopes, scalpels.

“I went to a biological exhibition when I was about ten or 11, so I was really into biology, la nature, that kind of thing.

“But I just really wasn’t good enough at the maths, physics and chemistry so I realised that wasn’t going to be an option for me.”

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