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Sky Sports host Jo Wilson, 37, says chemo has 'taken its toll' as she feels 'wiped out'
Sky Sports presenter admitted she has been feeling "totally wiped out" by the treatment, while now facing a three-month wait for results from a scan.Jo has been undergoing chemotherapy and radiotherapy for six weeks, causing her to lose a stone in weight due to the treatment affecting her appetite.On top of this the Sky Sports presenter needs to wait three months for the result of her recent scan.Jo admitted: "I'm totally wiped out to be honest!"The final week of treatment involved a three day hospital stay and some internal radiotherapy which has definitely taken its toll", Jo told OK! magazine.Jo has presented on Sky Sports since 2015 and has tried her best to shield her young daughter from her illness.She is the proud mum of 2-year-old Mabel with her husband of six years, Dan, and admitted when she found out the horrible news it was all she thought of.Jo had gone for a routine smear test in June, with the results detecting signs of cancer.A month later further tests showed the TV favourite was battling 3b cervical cancer with it having spread to two of her lymph nodes.Jo said: "I cried while a lovely nurse held my hand.Then I cried to Dan, and he was quite shocked because he didn’t really think it would be cancer."You're desperately hoping there's a chance it might not be."She added to OK! magazine: "I said to the doctor ‘Am I going to die?'. 'You're not going to die,’ he reassured me.
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Noel Gallagher makes brutal dig at royal family as he praises 'real monarchy'
Noel Gallagher doesn't appear to be a fan of The Royal Family as he made a subtle dig at them during a homecoming gig.The former Oasis star took to the stage in Manchester at the Football For Change dinner surrounded by celebs including Coleen Rooney and former footballer, Jamie Carragher.Just days after the world came together for the funeral of the late Queen Elizabeth, Noel threw shade at the British monarchy.READ MORE: Liam Gallagher plans epic Caribbean 50th birthday party - but Noel won't be thereThis however isn't the first time Noel has commented on the royals – in June, he expressed his frustration after discovering several members of staff took time off for the Queen's Platinum Jubilee.At the time, he said: "Now, its appeal is dwindling, like religion."While performing on Thursday (September 22), the Longsight-born musician said: "Is anyone here from Manchester?"This is for the real Royal Family," before performing the 1994 Oasis song, Half The World Away, reports The Mirror.The song became the soundtrack for the BBC comedy series The Royle Family which entertained millions of viewers between 1998 and 2012.It comes after Noel revealed that the late David Bowie had inspired him to "put himself out there" with his music as part of Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds.Speaking to Sky News, he stated that Bowie has perhaps "one of the most interesting stories in all of music."He went on to say: "My relationship's purely through the music, really."I didn't really know him that well, I was first aware of him in the '80s, doing Let's Dance and all that, and then going back, when I was getting more into music, going back in time."I'm a big fan.
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Piers Morgan slams 'disgusting' Charles III heckler ‘His mother died a few days ago!’
TalkTV presenter Piers Morgan slammed those heckling King Charles III yesterday over taxpayers’ money.The journalist suggested that comments were insensitive given the recent death of the monarch’s late mother, Queen Elizabeth II.Piers, 57, took to Twitter yesterday to address the public’s reaction to the new King in view of his 7.9 million followers.He shared a video from Sky News, which showed a man heckling the King as he stopped to greet the crowds gathered in Wales.The clip was captioned: “During his visit to Cardiff today, King Charles was heckled over taxpayers' money.”The man in the video could be heard shouting: “While we struggle to heat our homes, we have to pay for your parade.“The taxpayer pays £100 million for you, and what for?”Above the video, Piers added: “Imagine doing this to a man whose mother died a few days ago? So disgusting.”On Thursday, September 8, it was confirmed the Queen had died at the age of 96.In a statement, Buckingham Palace said the monarch had died "peacefully" at her Balmoral estate, surrounded by close family.King Charles ascended the throne immediately after his “beloved” mother’s death and paid tribute to her, saying that it had been “a moment of the greatest sadness for me and all members of my family”.Piers’ followers took to the comment section to share their views on the subject of heckling, with some sympathising with the man’s complaints despite the timing of the Queen’s death.Smith wrote: “He's right.