Disco queen Gloria Gaynor is encouraging osteoarthritis patients to remain active as the host of a new exercise series.
The I Will Survive hitmaker is fronting the five-part W.A.K.E. Up & Flexx series as part of her ongoing mission to raise awareness of osteoarthritis of the knee, a disease she was diagnosed with in 1984.
Gaynor says, "My osteoarthritis knee pain began as an inconvenience and grew until it affected my ability to be active.
"I am thrilled about hosting the W.A.K.E. Up & Flexx exercise video series as each exercise is a simple and convenient way to help improve strength and mobility of the knee and that's definitely something to sing about."
The videos are available to watch on the website for pharmaceutical firm Euflexxa.