2016 may have been a tumultuous year for Flip or Flop's two stars, but it did culminate in a bright spot thanks to the latest Tarek El Moussa cancer update. Tarek took to social media for his first update in almost a year, following last February's reveal of just how sick he was at his worst. Read on for a full report from the man himself, including a few throwback photos and some eye-popping comparisons with the present day!
Fast N' Loud star Christie Brimberry announced in October that doctors had discovered cancer in her throat resulting a surgical procedure to remove her thyroid, part of her trachea, and a lymph node cluster. Keep reading for all of Christie's updates throughout the recovery and radiation treatment process, including having to deal with the loss of her voice after the nerve to her voice box was severed during her thyroidectomy.
Andy Cohen revealed on Live With Kelly earlier today that one of the things he is most thankful for is having show host Kelly Ripa as a friend -- not just because she is a hoot to be around, but because she may have saved his life by pointing out a cancerous mole on his lip! Keep reading to watch the video and see before-and-after photos of Andy's lip.
Last October, 8-year-old Chrissy Turner came to her mom and showed her a rigid lump under her nipple that was painful to touch. Her mom, Annette Turner, took her to her pediatrician who was dismissive of the abnormality and suggested antibiotics. Annette's intuition, combined with both her and her husband's own battles with cancer, would not let her rest until the lump was investigated via ultrasound.
The wonderful hip hop disco Big Ang tribute song "Bing ANGel" now has a music video that includes Ang's Mob Wives co-star Drita D'Avanzo singing additional verses! Keep reading to watch the video and read the tough but sweet lyrics sung by Drita.
The family of Blood, Sweat, and Heels star Daisy Lewellyn issues a statement thanking friends, family, and fans for their support after Daisy passed away on Friday from cancer at the age of 36. The statement includes funeral details as well as information on how to donate to the Daisy Lewellyn Scholarship Fund in her honor. Also, Andy Cohen pays tribute to Daisy on WWHL with a personal statement and a memorial video.
We have some very sad news to report as Blood, Sweat and Heels star, author, style expert, magazine editor and the “Queen of Effortless Chic” Daisy Lewellyn has lost her battle with cancer.
Ever since the Flip or Flop cancer scare involving Tarek El Moussa, fans of Tarek and wife Christina have kept an eye out for medical updates from the couple. While Tarek's cancer remains in remission and he has a very healthy prognosis, Tarek recently updated fans with a story of just how sick he was during his recovery, and of how far he's come since then. Read on for the latest Flip or Flop update, which includes new photographs of youngest son Brayden–who is somehow already six months old!
Mob Wives' Big Ang lost her battle with cancer this morning. The reality TV star's family announced that Big Ang passed shortly after three AM. Read on for the details. #RIPBigAng
There were numerous reports earlier tonight that Mob Wives star Big Ang had died, but a rep for the much-loved reality star took to Big Ang's Twitter account just moments ago with an official statement debunking the "Big Ang is dead" rumors and stories.
The latest Big Ang update in the Mob Wives star's ongoing battle with cancer comes from Angela Raiola herself, who sat with Dr. Oz for an episode of his show today. Big Ang opened up about the shock she felt when she received her diagnosis of stage four brain and lung cancer, and discussed how the diagnosis is affecting her family. Dr. Oz also asked the question that's been on Big Ang's fans' minds for weeks: What is her prognosis?
Last night's premiere of Mob Wives Season Six brought its usual share of drama and flair, but a fair amount of the attention took place behind the cameras, and focused on the latest Big Ang cancer update. Angela Raiola's cancer returned late last month, and many of her and her show's fans were left wondering what kind of role her ongoing treatments would play in Mob Wives' final season. Several sources indicated that the plan had originally been to end the show "on a high note–with the news that [Big Ang] had beaten throat cancer." The latest Big Ang cancer update, though, has thrown a monkey wrench into those plans.