Stevie Wonder kidney surgery. American singer Stevie Wonder, 69, will receive a kidney transplant next September, announced the artist during his performance at the festival British Summer Time. Wonder told supporters on Saturday night during the concert that the kidney surgery will take place in about two months, after offering several concerts already scheduled.
“I’m fine, I’m fine, fine. I have a donor and all is well. I want you to know, I came here to give my love and thank you for your love. I love you and God bless you,” Stevie Wonder said during his performance at the festival, which is held every summer in London’s Hyde Park in the British capital.
Stevie Wonder broke the news after playing the song ‘Superstition’, one of his greatest hits, and explained that he had decided to go public to prevent the spread “rumors” about his health status.
In fact, last Wednesday Detroit Free Press had already revealed that the singer “is fighting a serious but manageable health problem.” Close friends say he has been “improving for a couple of months” although he has traveled with a medical team to monitor his health during the tour.