Rocking away, part of phase, while her spouse, Matchbox Twenty frontman Rob Thomas, done in Chula Vista, California, Marisol Thomas could have showed up a picture that is gorgeous of and joy as she sang along towards the band’s hit, “Disease.” But behind the smiles, the scene had been an unusual minute of reprieve from a debilitating 14-year combat an illness which Rob claims has changed his viewpoint on life, robbed any ideas of getting more children and “inhabited” components of their spouse.
“It’s crazy just just just how normal something irregular may become,” Rob tells ET, during an uncommon interview with Marisol to promote worldwide Lyme Alliance’s third Annual New York Gala — where he can perform and Marisol is an honoree on her behalf advocacy work with Lyme as well as other tick-borne conditions. “It’s like if a person day you woke up and there was clearly an alien residing in your property as well as the first handful of days you’d be f**king freaked away, but before long you’d title it and it would you need to be here. This nausea was similar to this weird alien that’s moved into our life and inhabited my wife. Sometimes she’s not by by by herself. Viewing the person closest that is you’re be somebody aside from by by by herself is really so hard.”