Arabella Kiesbauer (54 years old) reported from the hospital after another operation – with good news. She wrote on Instagram about the photo, which showed her in a hospital bed with food in her hand: “Today the color came back to my face. And when I enjoy food again, then everything will be better! You can say that I’m joking again, I hung up.”

The TV presenter also thanked her fans and subscribers for their many good wishes: “Your energy has given me a lot of strength.”

The crutches are already ready

The 54-year-old previously explained in another Instagram post that she was still a little pale but the surgery went well. Arabella Kiesbauer After a skiing accident last year, she had to go back to hospital “to have all the metal removed from her shin,” she also revealed on Instagram. “At least 12 screws and a plate! The crutches are already ready, I will need them later. I’m afraid of this. But it doesn’t help.”

Last February, Arabella Kiesbauer had a skiing accident on a slope in Kitzbühel, Austria, and had to undergo surgery for a fractured tibia. “Nothing can knock down sunlight, not even a compound fracture,” she explained then.

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Arabella Kiesbauer became a television star in the 1990s.

Arabella Kiesbauer was an integral part of German television in the 1990s: she hosted her daytime talk show Arabella on ProSieben from 1994 to 2004.

She noted further successes, among other things, as the host of the ORF casting show “Starmania” or the Austrian version of “Bauer sucht Frau” and “The Masked Singer Austria”, as well as the host of the Eurovision Song Contest. (hub/spot)
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