Jon Hamm Breaks His Silence On His Throat Condition
Jon Hamm spoke with Jimmy Kimmel about his throat condition and assured his fans it is not as bad as it seems. INSIDE EDITION has the details.
Mad Men star Jon Hamm is speaking out for the first time about the polyp he has in his throat that caused him to sound hoarse at this year's Emmys. He appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Wednesday night.
Kimmel asked, “You're having some throat problems?"
Hamm replied, "Yeah. I've got a polyp on my vocal chord. It sounds worse than it is. Although, it doesn't sound as bad as how The National Enquirer reported it, which was that I was coughing up blood and probably have cancer."
Kimmel joked and said, "That's nice."
Hamm replied, "I was like, 'That's good to put that out there. Thanks guys.'"
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