Susan Lucci stole the present in her beautiful outfit on the American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women Red Dress Collection Concert on January 31. The 77-year-old cleaning soap star wore a strapless purple costume with feathers on the underside to the occasion in New York City. Susan’s robe matched the theme of the evening, in addition to the purple carpet that she stood on to take footage. The All My Children alum accessorized her look with silver jewellery, together with a pair of stylish earrings, from her “Empower Your Heart” jewellery assortment. She additionally rocked darkish purple lipstick and let her brunette hair down.
Susan is an envoy for the American Heart Association, a company that’s close to and expensive to her contemplating she suffered a coronary heart assault in 2018. While doing interviews on the purple carpet, she advised PEOPLE that the AHA’s annual occasion is her “passion project” due to her well being scare that occurred six years in the past. “I came out of it knowing that I just had to pass my good luck on,” she mentioned. “I couldn’t keep that good luck for myself. I couldn’t.”
Susan attends the Go Red for Women Red Dress Collection Concert yearly, and she or he stuns in a purple costume each time. She rocked a beautiful off-the-shoulder purple robe on the occasion in 2023. That evening, Susan did an unique interview with Hollywood Life and recalled going to the hospital after struggling “near-fatal heart attack” again in 2018.
“At that hospital, a wonderful, wonderful cardiologist let me know that I had a 90% blockage in my main artery and a 75% blockage in the adjacent,” she defined. “I had no idea except that I felt like an elephant pressing on my chest. And he put two stents in that night. And I was released the next day.”
The mother-of-two mentioned that she recovered, however docs advised her that her coronary heart assault was a “widowmaker,” and she or he would’ve died if she didn’t get to the hospital so fast. “I was told by the nurses had I not come in, [they were] very sure that I wasn’t going to wake up if I had just gone home,” she advised HL.
In the years since her coronary heart assault, Susan has stayed wholesome and been centered on elevating cash for the AHA. On January 31, Susan shared a message on Instagram about February being American Heart Month. “Take care of your precious Heart/ take care of YOU!!!” she advised her followers.