She's dealing with a situation that no one should have to go through, and she STILL has it in her to come back for her fans!
Celine Dion is heading back to Las Vegas to resume her residency at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace, and it was actually because of her husband Rene Angelil, who is sick with cancer, that she's going back!
The singer released an official statement that announced her return and it was a pretty emotional set of words!
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Here's what her statement said:
We're so proud of all the brave celebs who've shared their experiences with cancer!
In light of Angelina Jolie's revelation that she had her ovaries removed after a cancer scare, Kelly Osbourne decided to share that she too has the cancer gene, just like the award-winning actress.
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The TV personality revealed:
"I actually do have the cancer gene. My mom made all of us get tested after she found out that she had it and got her double mastectomy."
If y'all don't remember, Kelly's momma, Sharon Osbourne, survived colon cancer (which had spread to her lymph nodes) back in 2002 against a 33% survival rate prognosis. Obviously, the subject of cancer is a sensitive topic for Kelly.
Listen to what the 27-year-old had to say about her plans for treatment (below)!
Wow, we had no idea one of our favorite performers of all time was going through so much.
We reported earlier how Celine Dion was set to return to her Las Vegas residency in August after taking a hiatus in order to take care of her husband Rene Angelil who is currently battling throat cancer.
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Now, in an interview with ABC News' Deborah Roberts, Celine opened up about her husband's condition, and things got pretty emotional:
Angelina Jolie is an incredibly strong woman.
Just two years after Angelina underwent a preventive double mastectomy, the actress recently had her ovaries removed to avoid the possibility of ovarian cancer.
Sadly, ovarian cancer is what killed the humanitarian's mother, Marcheline Bertrand, in 2007. At the time of Marcheline's death, she was 49 — just ten years older than Angie is now.
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Jolie made the difficult decision, which will set her into early menopause, after a blood test detected what could have been the early markers of cancer.
The momma wrote in an op-ed for The New York Times:
These are some serious accusations.
Belle Gibson is a blogger and single mother from Melbourne, Australia who has become very successful through her Instagram account, a cookbook called The Whole Pantry, and an app called The Whole Pantry App that was being readied to be released on the new Apple Watch.
She has also made claims that she was diagnosed with cancer and donates twenty five percent of her profits to local charities as she self treats her cancer with health foods instead of the usual treatments for cancer.
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However, a report has come out recently that claims that Gibson has never donated any money to charity. And it doesn't stop there.
Here's what the Sydney Morning Herald reported: