Chloe Lattanzi has hope for mother Olivia Newton-John's battle with cancer
On Tuesday Olivia revealed the disease had returned 25 years after she had recovered from her original diagnosis.
Now Chloe insists that a combination of medical treatment and a medicinal cannabis will help her win the battle.
“I want to thank all of you for your love and support,” the 31-year-old stated.
My mum is so powerful she will beat this in no time
“My mum, and best friend, is going to be fine. She will be using medicine that I often talk about – CBD oil – [cannabis is said to have properties which inhibit cancer cell growth] and other natural healing remedies plus modern medicine to beat this.
“Cancer is the disease of our generation and it is part of my and my mother’s quest to beat this insidious monster… My mum is so powerful she will beat this in no time.”
Last week, Grammy winner Olivia, 68, cancelled planned meet-and-greet events for her upcoming North American tour after doctors discovered that the severe back pain she has been suffering was a result of cancer spreading to her spine.
Her spokesperson stated: “The back pain that initially caused her to postpone the first half of her concert tour has turned out to be breast cancer that has metastasised to the sacrum.
“In addition to natural wellness therapies, Olivia will complete a short course of photon radiation therapy and is confident she will be back later in the year better than ever to celebrate her shows.”
The star, who shot to fame in the 1978 film Grease, underwent a mastectomy in 1992 when first diagnosed with the disease.
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Geri Horner left the Spice Girls amid a world tour 19 years ago
NEARLY two decades after she quit the Spice Girls, Geri Horner has now decided to apologise for her departure.
When a fan tweeted her on Wednesday – the anniversary of her leaving – with a video compilation of headlines about her exit, captioned: “19 years ago today it was announced that @GeriHalliwell had left the Spice Girls in the middle of their world tour.”
Geri replied: “I’m sorry about that… everything works out in the end, that’s what my mum says! X.”
The 44-year-old walked out on the group in 1998 to start a solo career and despite initially continuing as a four-piece, they eventually called it a day two years later.
Geri has been working on a Spice Girls reunion with former bandmates Emma Bunton and Mel B while the other two members, Victoria Beckham and Mel C, won’t be taking part.
The Spice Girls in pictures Fri, July 8, 2016
The Spice Girls recently celebrated 20 years since first single Wannabe was released. Now Five has become three, as Geri, Emma & Mel B return to the studio as 'GEM'.
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The Spice Girls at the Viva Forever press launch in 2012
MARCO PIERRE WHITE has barred food critic Jay Rayner from his new restaurant.
The celebrity chef, set to open his first restaurant in Cardiff – Marco Pierre White Steakhouse & Grill – declares that The Great British Menu star won’t be welcome.
That’s after the 50-year-old recently criticised the Welsh capital’s culinary scene as limited while complaining he found only Burger King and kebab shop options when he dined there.
Michelin star chef Marco, 55, spat: “What does he know anyway? There was no need for such an attack on people who are just trying to make Cardiff a brilliant place. It’s just his own personal opinion and who cares?
“He’s just trying to elevate himself. Cardiff has some fine dining establishments… As far as I’m concerned he’s barred from mine!”
Sorry, Jay, sounds like you’ll have to settle for a kebab on your next visit… if you’re not barred from there too!
Jay Rayner attacked Cardiff's culinary scene
Marco Pierre White has barred Jay Rayner from his new restaurant in Cardiff
IT WAS the opening of the Ivy Cobham Brasserie on Wednesday night in Surrey and a host of stars turned out to mark the occasion.
Lizzie Cundy was joined by fellow presenters in the shape of husband and wife Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford, right, as well as Loose Women’s Andrea McLean for the event.
A spin-off of the famous Ivy in Covent Garden, the restaurant on Cobham High Street promises to ensure a number of tables will remain unreserved through the day allowing people to experience all of the luxury of the famous celeb hotspot without having to book beforehand.