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'In a really awkward place' Adele Roberts reveals tumour has been removed in health update

Good Morning Britain on Friday.In her first interview since the announcement, Adele gave an update on Friday's Good Morning Britain.Speaking about what's going on, she said: "So far I believe they've managed to remove the tumour."It was in a really awkward place but they managed to save my bottom."My stoma is named Audrey. Once I've finished the chemo I should be well again."Giving advice to viewers she added: "I wanna say to people please get checked.

Don't be shy."The doctors are awesome and they will look after you."Adele mentioned how shocked she was when she was diagnosed as she didn't think she would get it.Speaking to hosts Kate Garraway and Ben Shephard, she explained: "It was a shock."I didn't realise I could get cancer which I know sounds silly because I know now it can happen to anyone at any age."I'm vegetarian. I'm healthy.

I exercise."Her first warning signs were changes in her digestion, but she thought this was because of the change of her diet when she was on I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here.She continued: "I noticed when I went to the toilet things like mucus and then blood."I didn't know whether to call the doctor because of Covid I didn't want to bother anyone."But it got so consistent that I thought I'd better call up just in case."Adele believes she will be back to her "normal self" by the summer and has been able to go back to Radio One.The radio DJ constantly updates her social media followers on her progress and journey to recovery.Adele first found fame when she took part in the third series of Big Brother in 2002 alongside fellow housemates Jade Goody, Alison Hammond and winner Kate Lawler.The presenter, from Southport, Merseyside, finished in seventh place after lasting 43 days in the

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Good Morning Britain on Friday.In her first interview since the announcement, Adele gave an update on Friday's Good Morning Britain.Speaking about what's going on, she said: "So far I believe they've managed to remove the tumour."It was in a really awkward place but they managed to save my bottom."My stoma is named Audrey. Once I've finished the chemo I should be well again."Giving advice to viewers she added: "I wanna say to people please get checked.
@Lindsay_Lockett wrote: “They need to stop giving this man air time, Has he got shares in Pfizer?  “I caught covid, very little symptoms didn't pass it on to my husband who is vulnerable my kids or work colleagues and I'm not vaccinated.”“No wonder @ITV receive complaints about his mis-information.”@Mcnftz said: “Well said. All he has done is sit on various seats telling folk how scary covid is.“Is he even a doctor?”Some fans took issue with Denise’s comments, though.@MissJRoss72 penned: “All you do on this is moan.”Denise was quick to bite back, saying: “There is an unfollow option Miss Ross.” Similarly, Olivia06012016 penned: "That man has saved lives !!! Not only now but all his life!!"In the height of the pandemic you clapped him now you say he is putting patients at risk! You are fickle.

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Good Morning Britain presenter Alastair Campbell has opened up about his children's mental health issues after speaking about his own psychotic breakdown.The former Labour spokesperson, 64, spoke exclusively to Express.co.uk about joining forces with revolutionary mental health platform, Just Ask A Question, as well as documenting his battle with depression.Speaking to Express.co.uk, the former political strategist told how he had no regrets about opening up about his mental health.Alastair said: "I didn't have any second thoughts, not at all."I know for some people they find that difficult, but I was a journalist when I first realised that I had mental health problems."Because I had a psychotic breakdown and was hospitalised, people in the media knew what had happened," he explained.He went on to share why he decided to be "very open" about what had happened, adding that he's "never regretted" it.Alastair continued: "When I went back to The Mirror, I left the paper I was on and went back to The Mirror where I had been before."They knew something had happened and all sorts of rumours had gone around and I decided there and then the best policy is just to be very, very open about it and I've never regretted that."The broadcaster went on to tell how he experienced "difficulties" with his family, before praising his son Calum and daughter Grace for their candour about their mental health experiences too.Alastair said: "I mean, sometimes stuff with your family can be very, very difficult, but now I feel that the openness I've had with my family both with me and about me."He continued: "My children have had issues, I've got a son who's a recovering alcoholic and my daughter has really bad anxiety."They've been open as well