Poor, poor Kourt.
The source says of Disick:
So, so sad.
Scott Baio revealed on Tuesday that his wife was diagnosed with a brain tumor. They learned a few days ago that his 46-year-old wife, Renee, has a meningioma brain tumor.
The actor took to Facebook to share his wife's sad news, ask for well-wishes, and explain that they aren't sure yet how dangerous it is:
This story is incredible.
Pablo Benitez knew he wanted to pop the question to Tanya Prochshyn at the red-headed songbird's concert in Saskatoon, Canada on Tuesday night.
He wanted it to be perfect, because Tanya has terminal brain cancer:
"My girlfriend is a big fan of his… I tried everything on Sunday to find tickets to make this day a special day for her."
On Monday, he met the singer at a private function, where he was able to tell him all about how Tanya would be having surgery to remove part of her brain tumor on Wednesday.
The surgery won't be able to get rid of the entire tumor, because it's lodged in her brain. Doctors have said she has another four or five years to live, and the operation would help extend her life.
So, Pablo told Ed that he wanted to propose at his concert so she will understand that during the surgery "she has a family waiting for her and giving her strength."
Naturally, the musician got Pablo into the show, where he got down on one knee during Thinking Out Loud. The Don't singer even gave the couple a shout-out during the love song. Ch-ch-check it out at about 1:19 (below)!
On Tuesday, it was revealed that Tommy Chong is once again battling cancer. The 77-year-old shared at the 826LA 10th anniversary party in Santa Monica, CA that he was undergoing treatment for rectal cancer. Oh no.
"I've had some medical issues lately. I got diagnosed with rectal cancer."
It was only in 2012 that the That '70s Show star was diagnosed with prostate cancer. In the past, Chong's been a vocal advocate for the decriminalization of marijuana and used it actively during his first bout of cancer.
And it seems he's doing the same thing this time around.
Love her or hate her, you have to admit Tamra Judge makes things very inneresting!
Real Housewives of Orange County is currently in its 10th season, and there is definitely no shortage of drama!
In the (above) EXCLUSIVE video, the outspoken housewife dishes on all of this year's conflicts — and there's so much, it's hard to keep track!
Not only did her son Ryan Vieth have a baby with his fiancée Sarah Rodriguez, he is asking for financial support much to the dismay of Tam's husband Eddie Judge!
Furthermore, the C.U.T. Fitness owner gives her thoughts on Vicki Gunvalson's boyfriend Brooks Ayers and whether or not he has cancer.
However, one of the biggest controversies surrounding this year was whether the reality TV star fabricated her baptism storyline!
Judge has some very strong words for her critics who are doubting her spiritual journey!
However, did a former co-star take credit for introducing Tamra to her new found fatih?!
To find out, ch-ch-check out the clip (below)!
You go girl!
On Wednesday, Joan Lunden chatted with Matt Lauer and Hoda Kotb on the Today show to discuss her journey from breast cancer patient to warrior. Fierce!
As we previously reported, the news anchor went in for a routine mammogram and ultrasound last summer — only to discover that she had triple negative breast cancer in her right breast. Whoa!
But it seems after one year, Joan is doing great and cancer free!
"I'm doing well, I feel great. I'm not back to my old self. If you think you can go through 9 months of treatment, of rigorous chemotherapy, of 6 weeks of radiation every day and just bounce right back, you know, I'd like to think that happens but it doesn't."
Not only did the veteran journalist share her experience with the public, but she became an influential advocate for women struggling with the disease:
Defensive end Devon Still of the Cincinnati Bengals has been by his 5-year-old daughter Leah's side the entire time as she has battled stage 4 neuroblastoma, a serious type of cancer where she was initially given a 50% chance of survival.
Now, though, Still has announced on Instagram that his daughter's cancer has "hit a pretty serious complication."