CLEVELAND — It's a voice you know and love.
Every night, you could hear the smooth voice of Kym Sellers broadcasting on 93.1 WZAK's "The Quiet Storm." For 21 years, the talented, charming, and good-looking radio personality covered red carpet events and interviewed countless celebrities.
Now, she's using her voice for something she's passionate about: Raising awareness for multiple sclerosis.
"When I was first diagnosed in back in '92, I had no idea what I was about to be faced with," Sellers said in a recent interview. "I didn't know the severity of the challenges that could actually come."
Multiple sclerosis is one of the most widespread disabling neurological conditions of young adults around the world. Sellers says despite her diagnosis, she's determined to run the race set before her so that others affected by this terrible disease know that they're not alone, largely through the Kym Sellers Foundation.
"Giving up is not an option. It's just not for me," she told us. "Sometimes, people go, 'Oh my gosh, go sit down and just relax.' That's the worst thing you can tell someone living with MS."
Sellers says MS isn't slowing her down. She was inspired to start a podcast called "Living Strong" dedicated to helping those living with it.
"As long as I'm breathing, I'm going to always be working on the project," she insisted.
She adds diet and exercise is key to managing your symptoms.
"I've always been a workout girl," she said. "I'm a gym rat, love to be in a gym. I could be there all day if you let me, so I figured this is something that I could fight just by going to the gym."
Although there is no cure for MS, Sellers is inspired to keep fighting for her beautiful four daughters.
"I don't know anything else but to fight," she declared.