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The news that Howard Stern, Heidi Klum, Mel B, and Howie Mandel were returning as judges on NBC‘s summer competition series America’s Got Talent came complete with carefully crafted quotes from the network’s reality-tv chief and the show’s exec producer. The announcement was greeted with — yawns, Stern having made sure he was the headline by announcing his return to the show 24 hours ahead of the NBC announcement. Breaking the news on his SiriusXM radio program, Stern was sure to let listeners know he’s the Bfd on Agt, saying, in response to radio sidekick Robin Quivers’ question as to whether Klum, B, and Mandel would be back: “Let’s put it this way: When they asked me if [returning] was conditional, I said … let them all come back.” Here’s the full release: Related: Howard Stern To Return To ‘America’s Got Talent’ New York, NY — Nov. »
- LISA DE MORAES, TV Columnist
CeeLo Green's alleged rape case is finally coming to an end -- more than a year after the woman's initial claim, he will Not be charged with sexual assault -- but ecstasy is another story. Plus, Eminem's album and new song "Rap God" are being hailed as one of his best ever -- even though it includes a ton of gay slurs. Em thinks he should get a pass because he supports gay marriage. »
- TMZ Staff
Robin Quivers is feeling "fantastic" now that she's been declared cancer-free. Howard Stern's 61-year-old radio sidekick was given the good news "about three or months ago," and on Thursday, Oct. 3, she opened up about her experience on NBC's Today. In mid-2012, the Maryland native discovered a grapefruit-size tumor in her uterus. She underwent surgery, chemotherapy and radiation treatment—all while keeping her struggle private—and returned to the airwaves after a 17-month hiatus on Oct. 2, 2013. Speaking to co-anchor Matt Lauer, Quivers credited her healthy lifestyle with improving her recovery chances. The book author first modified her diet after the September 11, 2001 »
Robin Quivers is opening up about her 17-month battle with cancer and told Et in a new interview that one of the most difficult parts of dealing with her illness was losing her hair.
"You don't realize how important hair is until it's gone," Quivers said. "And even during the time that I was feeling fine and didn't have any hair I didn't really want to be in public all that much. I didn't want to be seen because I didn't feel that I looked like myself. I felt that I looked sick at that point. Before the chemo you couldn’t look at me and tell that something was going on but when you lose your hair people can tell."
Pics: Star Sighting
The 61-year-old sidekick on Howard Stern's long-running radio show recently opened up about her battle over the past year with a cancerous tumor in her bladder that was successfully cured through a combination »
Howard Stern's longtime sidekick Robin Quivers finally returned to his studio Wednesday morning after a 17-month absence. Quivers, who recently revealed that she had been battling uterine cancer, had been working remotely while she underwent treatment. She said last month that after four rounds of radiation and chemotherapy, she had been cured. Story: Howard Stern Co-Host Robin Quivers Reveals Cancer Battle Wednesday she returned to the shock jock's studio for his SiriusXM radio show, sporting a new hairdo and big smile. Stern, who has previously said he wouldn't continue his show if Quivers couldn't do it with him,
- THR Staff
It took a little more than a year-and-a-half, but finally, Robin Quivers is back! Howard Stern's longtime sidekick returned to the shockjock's studio on his SiriusXM radio show Wednesday morning after phoning it in for the last 17 months as she battled a rare cancer that formed in her uterus. Quivers, 61, sported a new hairdo and was all smiles as she watched Stern announce her homecoming with triumphal music, her news theme songs, a trumpet fanfare played by producer Gary Dell-Abate, and even rose petals placed on the floor in her honor. "It's pretty amazing. I was brushing my teeth this morning and thinking about going back on the air for the first time after surgery and how incredibly »
She's back! On Wednesday, Oct. 2, Robin Quivers returned to Howard Stern's SiriusXM radio show studio for the first time since beating cancer. Stern's long-time co-host left in early 2012 to undergo a 12-hour operation in May to remove a grapefruit-sized tumor on her bladder. Since then, Quivers has stayed dedicated to her job, and has called in from home to conduct their show over the past 17 months. "It's pretty amazing. I was brushing my teeth this morning and thinking about going back on the air [...] »
"I could never be without you again," Stern told Quivers during his broadcast on SiriusXM Radio. "Seriously, I've been praying for this day and I'm happy that you're here, and it makes me very, very happy." Quivers and Stern previously kept her cancer diagnosis and treatment secret and she had already rejoined the show, participating via a home studio.
Pics: Star Sightings
The 61-year-old Quivers -- who recently opened up about her battle over the past year with a cancerous tumor in her bladder that was successfully cured through a combination of surgery, radiation, and chemotherapy -- said she knew Stern had doubts whether she would ever return. "I had a feeling you thought this day would never come," she said.
"You know what, honestly, I did not think this day would come... I »
For the first time in 17 months, Robin Quivers returned to her spot in the studio on the Howard Stern show ... with Howard telling his Bff, "Never get sick again."As we previously reported, Quivers had been participating on the show from her home ... while she was being treated for cancer. But Quivers says she's cured -- and today, she returned to her famous glass box in Howard's studio to participate on the SiriusXM radio show. »
- TMZ Staff
So brave! Dr. Drew, the host of numerous health and sex talk shows, is opening up about his struggle with prostate cancer in a revealing new interview.
Dr. Drew Pinsky, the host of of Hln’s Dr. Drew on Call and the call-in radio program Loveline, announced that he underwent surgery in 2012 to remove his prostate after he was diagnosed with cancer. Read on to find out how his wife Susan Sailer Pinsky‘s intuition may have saved his life.
Dr. Drew: Cancer Survivor — Prostate Cancer Treatment Revealed
Two years ago, Dr. Drew returned home from a Caribbean vacation feeling violently ill. While the sickness quickly passed, his wife, Susan, insisted he have a follow-up exam to make sure he was healthy, People reports. That’s when doctors first discovered something might be wrong with Dr. Drew’s prostate. He was treated for prostatitis, or inflammation of the prostate, but when that didn’t work, »
- HL Intern
Robin, the extreme courage you have shown in the face of such a hard time is admirable and brave. By publicly telling your listeners about your cancer battle and chemotherapy, you have inspired others to be unafraid and to put an optimistic face on in deeply emotional times.
Robin Quivers, you are one admirable woman. Being Howard Stern‘s longtime co-host on The Howard Stern Show shows you have a wonderful sense of humor, know how to take a joke and speak your mind. We missed you when you physically took a year’s absence on the show, and now that we know why, we are so proud of you for opening up to tell everyone that you beat cancer after undergoing chemotherapy and radiation.
Robin, You’re So Strong For Revealing The Truth To Your Fans
Robin, we know how strong you are and love your sense of humor and truthful personality, »
- Ivy Jacobson
With her role in Alfonso Cuarón‘s Gravity generating Oscar buzz at the Toronto International Film Festival, Sandra Bullock opened up about her award-winning turn in The Blind Side. The actress revealed that she “didn’t feel worthy” after snagging the win in 2010. [The Huffington Post] Dr. Lara Embry, Jane Lynch’s estranged wife, appears to be asking for nearly $100,000 a month in alimony from the actress. The pair were married for three years before the Glee star filed for divorce earlier this year.[TMZ] Robin Quivers disclosed that she had been battling cancer during her 2012 leave from Howard Stern’s radio show. The host, who’s worked with Quivers for decades, also said he would’ve quit had she not recovered and returned. [Us Magazine] For parents everywhere, »
- Rahsheeda Ali
Robin Quivers, Howard Stern's longtime sidekick, made a big announcement on his radio show. The 61-year-old explains that she's undergone surgery, chemotherapy and radiation treatment for a tumor the size of a grapefruit in her uterus over the course of the past year.
But that's the bad news. The good news is that Quivers is now cancer-free after a yearlong battle with the disease. She had the tumor removed in 2012, and three-and-a-half months ago was given a clean bill of health.
"I gotta be honest. I thought she was a goner," Stern says.
Quivers has been working from home and phoning into the radio show for the past 15 months while she was suffering through the ailment. She only has missed two days on the air. "I was so flabbergasted," Stern says. "She said the show was the only thing that gave her solace."
Quivers adds, "It never occurred to »
Quivers, 61, first left the show in May of 2012 to have a tumor removed from her bladder. She subsequently underwent radiation and chemotherapy and said that doctors told her three months ago that she is now cancer-free.
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- Liz Raftery
Loyal listeners tune in to Howard Stern's radio show knowing that anything can happen, but on Monday they got a surprise of a different kind - Stern's longtime sidekick Robin Quivers reveals that she's been fighting cancer for the past year. In a frank discussion, Quivers, 61, explained why she's been absent from the studio (and broadcasting from home) since mid-2012. She revealed that she'd undergone surgery, chemotherapy and radiation treatment for a grapefruit-size tumor discovered in her uterus. Quivers got emotional as she remembered the talk she had with Stern after getting the diagnosis - when doctors talked about "prolonging" her life, »
- K.C. Blumm
Howard Stern’s longtime on-air sidekick, Robin Quivers, appeared on his SiriusXM radio show Monday morning to reveal not only that she had been diagnosed with a rare form of cancer — but that she had beaten it. Quivers, 61, was diagnosed in 2012, when her doctors discovered a tumor inside her pelvis, a condition apparently so rare that they had not seen it before, she said on air Monday. “They were saying that they might have to remove my colon,” Quivers said. “I’ve always been a quality-of-life type of person, and I didn’t want to live in a certain state. »
- Greg Gilman
When Robin Quivers announced on ‘The Howard Stern Show’ on Sept. 9 that she was cancer-free after undergoing a year of chemotherapy, the Twitterverse was beyond relieved and overjoyed for the radio personality’s scary ordeal.
On the heels of Robin Quiver‘s emotional cancer reveal, celebrities and fans took to Twitter to show their support for Howard Stern‘s co-host — read on to see what they wrote!
Celebs React To Robin Quivers Cancer Treatment
An enormous wave of Twitter support is being shown for Robin and her brave announcement that she is cancer-free after getting chemotherapy treatments during her absence on the show. Here are some thoughts and rejoices from celebrities on Twitter for Robin:
Howard Stern‘s show tweeted after the reveal, ”I gotta be honest, I thought she was a goner,” @HowardStern on Robin’s cancer ordeal. He still gets chills hearing her tell her story #H100″
Wendy Williams tweeted, »
- Ivy Jacobson
Robin Quivers, Howard Stern's longtime sidekick, has some good news. Quivers told listeners on Stern's SiriusXM radio show that her year-long leave of absence was the result of her battle with a rare form of cancer that started in her uterus. But the good news? She says she's now cured of the disease. "When it all was said and done, this had developed from endometrial tissue, which is uterine tissue, but endometriosis is when that uterine tissue grows outside of where it belongs," she told the shock jock (via TMZ). "And this is what had happened. There was endometrial tissue outside of where it belonged and the cancer developed from that." As E! News reported back in »
Robin Quivers, longtime 'Howard Stern' co-host, revealed battle with cancer. Howard Stern's right-hand in radio, Robin Quivers, revealed her personal battle on their talk show Monday morning. Quivers, 61, kept the details of her cancer private, though she divulged that she had a tumor on her bladder. "I had a major surgery, a major abdominal surgery, and a mass was removed from my pelvic area and I do have some more recovery to do. But everything seems to be fine," she said at the time while contributing to the broadcast from her home. The Hollywood Reporter writes that Quivers underwent chemotherapy and is now disease-free. "I gotta be honest. I thought she was a goner," Stern, 59, said. »
- April Neale
The 61-year-old radio personality revealed that it began when she "couldn't urinate." In May 2012, it was reported that Quivers was having a procedure for a tumor on her bladder. "When I went into the operating room, I didn't know what was going to happen," she revealed, adding that she was aware she did have cancer but was unsure of where it had spread. It ended up she had cancer in the tissue in her uterus.
"I was quite upset as you can imagine," Stern confessed upon hearing the news. "I gotta be honest, I thought she was a goner."
Related: Dustin Hoffman Beats Cancer
Quivers underwent several treatments for her cancer over the past year, including chemotherapy, and now, doctors believe that she's cancer free.
Stern, 59, explained »
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