Gladiators Cobra to reveal past show secrets on Daily Star Facebook Live

Gladiators Cobra AKA Michael Willson will be joining a Facebook Live event with Daily Star this Thursday to spill all about his TV past.

The TV legend will join Carly In Convo host and Daily Star showbiz reporter, Carly Hacon, at 11am on November 4.

So, if you spent your Saturday nights tuning into Gladiators and were a big fan of the super talented cast, then tune in because Michael is going to be revealing all to the Daily Star.

Michael shot to fame as Hunter on Gladiators during the 1990s and became an overnight star after wowing with her massive muscles and incredible athletic ability on the show.

The former athlete quickly gained TV star status and became a firm fan favourite during his Gladiator reign.

The 58-year-old built star regularly posts updates on his Instagram about what he's up to now and has also publicly been open about his ongoing health battle.

The star was left fighting for his life in 2019 and spent a month in hospital battling pneumonia, and previously said it was “touch and go”.

Michael's Facebook Live appearance comes after the Gladiators hit the headlines in past weeks after fans were amazed by their transformations.

The star still nostalgically looks back at his TV days now but does strike them as a factor in past injuries that have proved problematic over the years.

He will also look back on his glory days of Saturday night television, focusing on his wild memories from the show and all of the juicy drama that went on behind the scenes.

To honour your love of Gladiators and to pay homage to the show that kept you entertained for years – tune in to check out what Michael is up to now and to ask him any questions of your own.

The Facebook Live will begin at 11.00am on Thursday on our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/thedailystar.

There is no need to register, just log on and join in the fun.

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