Well that's one way to win the breakup!
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She's not about to back down!
Well, it looks like Brooks Ayers is sticking to his cancer diagnosis, because, as we reported earlier, he just sent Meghan a letter threatening to sue for defamation with a deadline of last Wednesday night.
And seeing as it's now two days after that cutoff date, Meghan is speaking about his proposed lawsuit, saying:
This is a shining example of true love!
On September 24, Bethany Hanby married her terminally ill boyfriend, Caleb Hanby, in a hospital ceremony that is sure to leave you teary eyed.
The couple who had planned to get married this October, changed the date of their special day after Caleb was diagnosed with a rare form of jaw cancer last year. Naturally. the pair wanted to get married sooner than later considering the seriousness of Hanby's disease.
In the touching ceremony that was recorded by a friend, hospital staff can be seen orchestrating the intimate affair and making the day as special as possible for the lovebirds. In fact, one nurse even acted as the twosome's flower girl! So sweet!
Check out the sad yet heartwarming vid (below):
Unfortunately, his 13-month-old nephew, Ayden, was just diagnosed with cancer.
Toshi posted the heartbreaking news on Instagram, saying:
It's the Real World reunion we've all been waiting for, AND it's for a great cause!
A handful of former reality TV stars gathered in Washington D.C. on Tuesday honor the late Diem Brown and to also raise awareness for The Ovarian Cancer National Alliance!
The event was lead by Wisconsin Congressman Sean Duffy, who you probably recognize from The Real World: Boston, and his wife Rachel Campos-Duffy, who was on The Real World: San Francisco!
The two were also joined by Rachel's castmate David "Puck" Rainey, Derrick Kosinski from Road Rules: X-Treme, Norman Korpi from the very first season of The Real World, and Laurel Stucky of The Challenge: Free Agents!
The goal of the reunion was clear as the cast mates shared photos and discussed the importance of finding away to beat cancer once and for all!
It's been almost a year since Diem lost the battle to ovarian cancer, and it's great to see her fellow Real World alums making sure her memory lives on!
Ch-ch-check out more photos from the emotional reunion (above)!
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What terrible news.
It's with a heavy heart that we must report that Twin Peaks actress Catherine Coulson passed away at age 71 on Monday.
The iconic character actor unfortunately succumbed to her cancer just months before she was set to appear in Showtime's reboot of the cult David Lynch Sci-Fi mystery series.
The Twin Peaks writer/director released a statement after Catherine's death, saying:
Stella McCartney is celebrating her mom, Linda McCartney, in the most amazing way.
Because Linda passed away in 1998 from breast cancer, the designer decided to create a new bra for her lingerie line specifically for post-mastectomy patients.
Made of cotton, the compression Listening Louise bra features gorgeous lace detailing all over the front.
As Stella shared in her press release:
"We wanted to bring something feminine and beautiful into a bra that is taboo. There are so many different emotions attached to the tragic realities of having had a double mastectomy, many cultures are unaccepting and terrible things happen to women both physically and emotionally… We just wanted to make something that allows women undergoing this to have something to be proud of, something with no shame attached. We wanted women to know that you can still be feminine, have your sensuality, have all of the things that are attached to being a woman and that part of your body can still feel beautiful on the outside, as well as the inside."
We think it'll do just that!
Additionally, all proceeds from the Listening Louise bra will benefit the Hello Beautiful Foundation, which aims to help breast cancer patients. See a shot of it (below)!
On Tuesday, the Food Network star was happy to share the fantastic news that she is now cancer free!
Speaking on Good Morning America, she said:
"Last time I came and I shared with you some very bad news, but this time I'm coming to share with you that my doctors have said I am cancer free and I am ready to go."
Lee explained to Robin Roberts that while she was going to wait to decide if she wanted to receive reconstruction surgery, her decision to undergo a double mastectomy was a no-brainer.
The chef revealed