Back in April, Christopher Cross revealed that he tested positive for coronavirus, and this weekend, he's opening up on CBS Sunday Morning about the terrifying symptoms he experienced.
“There was some, you know, come-to-Jesus moments or whatever where I was looking for any help I could get, you know, through this, to get out of this thing. Because I wasn’t sure,” Cross, 69, explained in his first television interview since battling the virus.
The musician, whose songs "Arthur's Theme (Best That You Can Do)" and "Sailing" topped the Billboard Hot 100, contracted the virus after traveling to Mexico City. After he and his girlfriend were sick for three weeks, Cross felt good enough to go to the supermarket and when he returned, his legs stopped working. He revealed he was diagnosed with Guillain-Barre Syndrome, which causes the body to attack his nerves.