Eighties singer Carol Decker has confirmed she is doing well as she shared a health update with her concerned fans on Friday after undergoing major surgery.The lead vocalist for band T'Pau, 65, revealed on 1 September that she is now 'in recovery', after taking a selfie in hospital showing herself smiling and doing a peace sign with her fingers.The China In Your Hand singer endured a three-hour long operation on her colon earlier this week after finding "something nasty growing up there".
But the icon appeared to be in good spirits as she shared the positive news online and revealed that it was 'benign.' Looking thrilled with the 'all clear' news, Carol took to X, formerly known as Twitter, to update her fans and shared an insight into her recovery journey.
She shared a selfie from her hospital bed in Oxford and wrote: "Day 2 Recovering well from my colon surgery just knackered from the GA it was a long op - 3hrs 40 mins huge shout out to the wonderful colorectal team at The Churchill hospital Oxford headed up by Prof Chris Cunningham I have had the best care thank you @NHS." She previously announced her operation on Instagram on Wednesday, writing: "I just had colon surgery as had something nasty growing up there but thankfully benign. "I wanted to give a shout out to the fantastic colorectal team here at the Churchill Hospital headed by Prof Cunningham in Oxford. "I could not be in better hands.
We hear often how the NHS doesn't work. Let me tell you here it absolutely does #angels #caring #love #givingthanks. I'm recovering well." Carol also posted a picture of her with medical tubes attached via her nostrils and wearing glasses after she woke up from the surgery.