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He left the world way too soon. Our hearts go out to his family.
Ahmad Givens, one of the stars of VH1's Real Chance of Love, has passed away at the young age of 33.
His brother Kamal revealed that Ahmad had succumbed to colon cancer after being diagnosed with the stage four cancer in 2013.
Ahmad's long fight with the deadly disease was hopeful at one point but took a turn for the worst after a nasty fall in January that left him confined to a bed.
This past Friday his family said Ahmad, who was known by many by the moniker Real, told his family he was having trouble with his vision and his ability to talk before passing away only hours later.
Kamal aka Chance posted a moving tribute to his late brother online, writing
ESPN anchor Shelley Smith is one brave woman!
After the sports journalist was diagnosed with breast cancer four months ago, she decided to face her illness head on by shaving her head… PUBLICLY.
The longtime TV personality took to Twitter to share some snaps of her brave decision and we couldn't be more impressed.
Check out a pic of Shelley and her daughter post-shave (below)!
This is such sad news for the former Smash star, but Krysta Rodriguez is taking it in stride!
The 30-year-old Broadway and TV actress recently revealed that she's been diagnosed with 2B ductal carcinoma, otherwise known as breast cancer.
In medical terms, it sounds so scary! However, the beauty is embracing the cancer and is not letting it bring her down.
Krysta opened up on her blog:
What an awesome surprise!
A three-year-old girl named Sophia Sandoval recently finished her last chemotherapy session after being diagnosed with medulloblsatoma last May.
And the strong little girl decided to commemorate the moment by donning her favorite superhero's costume — Wonder Woman!
But the favoritism didn't come from nowhere! Here's what her mother Rossio Sandoval said:
We still cannot believe the entertainment community has lost someone so lovely as Diem Brown.
Diem may have passed away over two months ago after loosing a long battle with cancer, but her co-stars on MTV's The Challenge: Battle of the Exes II continue to cherish the time spent with her.
The reality TV star's final episode aired on Tuesday, and her show mates have shared their heartbreak over the loss.
In a recent interview, co-star and longtime friend Johnny "Bananas" Devenanzio had this to say about her passing:
This is just so sad.
Gage Garmo, the terminally ill teen whose dream was to meet Eminem, lost his battle with cancer one day after his dream came true.
On Sunday, Eminem visited the 17-year-old in his Michigan home, where they chatted about Gage's two loves: hip-hop and football. Their meeting was arranged via The Rainbow Connection, a charity which grants terminally ill children their wishes.
On Monday, Gage passed away from Osteoarcoma, an aggressive bone cancer.
Rainbow Connection's Ingrid Todt said Gage's spirits were raised when the rapper arrived:
"Gage sat up with a grin on his face. His family hadn't seen their son do that in such a long time."
Before his death, Gage also met with members of the Detroit Lions, his favorite NFL team, including Eric Ebron and Reggie Bush.
Our thanks to Eminem for his act of kindness, and our condolences to Gage's family and friends.