Jamie Foxx pledges to 'tell you what occurred' during his 2023 health scare.

Jamie Foxx is prepared to make light of a tragic situation. The 56-year-old Oscar-winning actor and comedian made the announcement at Sunday's African American Film Critics Association awards dinner that he intends to use his stand-up comedy to discuss his strange health issue in 2023.

A YouTube video of the speech shows Foxx saying, "Everybody wants to know what happened, and I'm going to tell you what happened, but I gotta do it in my way." "I'm gonna do it in a funny way." He hinted that he would spill the beans "on stage" if he got back to his "stand-up roots," saying, "I'll tell you in my way."

Last year, the actor from "Django Unchained" was admitted to the hospital following what his family dubbed a "medical complication." Since returning to the spotlight, Foxx has been tight-lipped regarding the circumstances surrounding his hospitalization.

Jamie Foxx celebrates her newfound mobility in her first public appearance since leaving the hospital. Foxx was honored as a producer at an event hosted by the African American Film Critics Association.

Speaking about his life's blessings, he expressed his appreciation for those "that really made sure I was here" at his time of "dire straits." Last week, Foxx hinted at a possible stage return by posting an Instagram video of his stand-up routine and informing followers that he is "planning on bringing more moments" similar to that.

"I am going to perform on a stage near you," Foxx wrote. "I got some jokes, and a story to tell." Foxx is likewise scheduled to make a television comeback. Fox announced on Monday that he will be returning to his roles as host and executive producer of "Beat Shazam" for the show's seventh season premiere on May 28. In Foxx's absence due to the health scare, Nick Cannon stepped in.

The actor posted on Instagram in July, stating that he "went through something that I thought I would never, ever go through" and desiring people not to witness him "with tubes running out of me and trying to figure out if I was going to make it through" during his ordeal.

At the Los Angeles event held by the Critics Choice Association in December, titled "Celebration of Cinema & Television: Honoring Black, Latino and AAPI Achievements," Foxx won the Vanguard Award, marking his first significant public appearance following his hospitalization. He had already admitted six months before that he "couldn't actually walk" there.

He expressed his satisfaction with being here. "I am savoring each and every moment right now. This is unique. Because it's so much worse when it's almost finished, I wouldn't want my worst enemy to go through what I did. Sure enough, I beheld the tunnel. The brightness eluded me. Even that tunnel was heated; I had no idea what direction to go in."

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