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"Something spreads to the entire nose and back, and knocks me with a hammer": the pains that almost stopped Keren Pels' career - voila! culture


On the way to the hospital, the creator described how much she was suffering to her partner Noam Tor, who suggested that she take a break from performances. Watch a segment from the decade season of "Connected"

Keren Pels tells about the pains: "Something spreads all over the nose and back, and knocks me with a hammer" (from the tenth season of "Connected", courtesy of HOT and Koda Communications)

Creator Keren Pels documented herself for six months for the tenth season of "Connected", and revealed, among other things, her dealings with severe pain from which she suffered.

In one of the segments included in the program, Peles is seen together with her partner Noam Tor on the way to a hospital.

"Something here sits as if it spreads from here to the entire nose, then back, then hits me with a hammer - boom. There I accidentally cough - it went on me, it went on me, it went," Peles tells Tour, and this suggests that she take a time out.

"You probably need about six months of a break. I think the thing is the performances and the pressure. You jump. You move your head. You have a neck injury. [It's like] a soccer player with a leg injury continues to run and kick the ball and says: I can't do it, and runs After the ball and kicking it all the time," he says.

Watch the clip above.

The 10th season of "Connected" will be broadcast on the HOT3 channel starting next Monday, and will include, among others, Orna Banai, Uri Sasson, Yael Shelvia, Miki Boganim and Hader Marks.

  • culture

  • TV

  • Israeli TV


  • Keren Ples

  • connected

  • Noam Tor

Source: walla

All tech articles on 2023-02-06

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