Nicole Josy Cause of Death: What Illness Does Nicole Josy Have Explained

, a BVFlemish singer best known as half of Nicole and Hugo, passed away at the age of 76 on Thursday. This is confirmed by her manager to VTM Nieuws.

Nicole Josy Cause of Death

On Thursday, Nicole Josy passed away. Nicole Josy Cause of death is confirmed by her manager to VTM Nieuws. Nicole, who was 76 years old, had long-standing health issues.

Nicole fell and died, according to her managers. It sounds like “She made a mistake on a small step and fell on her head,”. Therefore, “So she did not die from her illness.”

In the epilogue of their book “Good Morning, Tomorrow,” it sounded like that. Hugo and Nicole have been inseparable for 50 years.

Nicole Josy Illness

Nicole's Alzheimer's disease diagnosis was made public earlier this year. “Yesterday I got a feeling that had been dormant in me – or rather in us – a name. The memories in Nicole's head will fade forever, they will disappear in the mists of the advancing time.”

It was also disclosed in August 2021 that Nicole had developed cancer once more.” It is very difficult at the moment. But we have to get through this,” the article at the time in Het Nieuwsblad read.

“Nicole is responding very well to the drugs. And luckily she is not in pain,” Hugo added. “This time the cancer is on the bones. To be clear, it's not bone cancer, it's breast cancer that has moved to the bones. At the last checkup, the cancer cells had “fallen asleep” as they say. So we hope it stays that way.”

Nicole had previously received cancer diagnoses in 2005 and 2012. This was the third time she had experienced the disease.

Who is Nicole Josy?

Nicole Van Palm, sometimes known as Nicole Josy, was born in Wemmel, in central Belgium, on October 21, 1946. She made her stage debut at the Brussels Folies Bergère at the tender age of 3. When she was 14 years old, Nicole Josy became her stage name.

Alongside fellow future Belgian Eurovision participants Ann Christy, Lily Castel, and Jacques Raymond, Nicole was one of the winning artists at the European Cup for Vocal Recitation in Knokke in 1968. She performed “La Nouvelle-Orléans” in the same year's Belgian national final for Eurovision. She produced 20 tracks on her own.

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