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After undergoing surgery on Tuesday, Angie Everhart announced she no longer has thyroid cancer.
She tweeted on Saturday, “MY DR CALLED ME ON A SAT. MORNING TO TELL ME I AM CANCER FREE!!!!! #wootothemotherf**kinhoo”
Her rep has confirmed to “Extra” that the model/actress is indeed officially cancer free after the surgery.
Say it isn’t so! “Twilight” sweeties Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson have reportedly broken up… again.People.com that RPatz and KStew have called it quits after more than three years of dating, but added they wouldn’t be surprised if this was only a temporary status to their on-and-off again relationship.
The 911-call pranksters can’t get enough of Miley Cyrus.
The "We Can't Stop" singer was a victim of swatting for the second time Friday night, reports E! News.
A fake emergency was called in, giving Cyrus’ home address. When they authorities responded, they found no problems at the residence. Miley was not at home.
In recent months, celebs such as Anderson Cooper, Justin Timberlake and Selena Gomez have also been swatted.
Actor/singer Ashley Hamilton is speaking out for the first time about his battle with bulimia and anorexia.
The 38-year-old son of George Hamilton told People.com he has been struggling with food issues since he was a teenager. "I suffered from bulimia and anorexia. I believe it was my problem before I got into drugs and alcohol. I used the drugs and alcohol to control the food addiction."
Former golf champion and longtime CBS Sports golf analyst Ken Venturi died on Friday. He was 82.
Venturi died at a hospital in Rancho Mirage, Calif., his son told the San Francisco Chronicle. He recently had developed a series of infections in his back and required surgery.
Venturi started his golf career in the 1950s, and as an amateur, he almost won the 1956 Masters. He won the U.S. Open in 1964.
The principled and plainspoken Venturi eventually became a golf commentator for CBS Sports and stayed with the network for 35 years until his retirement in 2002.
Venturi was elected into the World Golf Hall of Fame but was unable to attend the May 6 induction ceremony.
Venturi is survived his wife of 10 years, Kathleen, and his two sons. Matt Venturi said services were pending.
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