Charo explains how she hugged her husband after his suicide: “I was full of blood,”

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In an emotional interview this week, Charo revealed how she found her husband, Kevin All, after he fatally shot himself in the month of February.

During an appearance on “The talk” on Thursday, the singer told the co-hosts that she is in Palm Springs, California, usa. two nights before his death. He was 79.

“It was a very special evening and my husband was so proud of it,” the 68-year-old said, explaining that on the second night, he chose to go out to dinner with her, and it was very, very funny.

“That’s when he went to sleep he looked at me curiously, like he wanted to talk to me,” the performer said of the evening, for the first time in their Beverly Hills home.

As the co-hosts, including that of Eva, and Carrie Ann Inaba, who grew emotional at the memory of her, Charo said she had no indication at all” that he has a life of his own.

“He was the best husband, the best father, the best companion for you … so the next day, the 18th of February, at 9 a.m., he shot himself, but he didn’t want me to find him,” she reminded him.

She said that he had been living in an alley, but she eventually did find him.

“I [went] to him, because I thought he was and I hugged him and I was filled with blood, and my hair was full of blood,” she said, indicating that he still has a heart beat at the time, and, ultimately, to die five hours later in surgery.

She coldly told us that the police told her that her husband took his own life.

“‘He did not fall down, he put a bullet in the back of his head,” the police told her. “At that time, I had to put a bullet in my heart.”

They also reminded the viewers of the CBS show is to “look for a depression,” as they have already proved that We suffer from a “rare and horrific skin disease” that made him very, very well.

The two had been married for 30 years and they shared with their son, Shel All.

The story was originally published in the New York Post.

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