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Gerri Willis is having a good year. Also, she beat breast cancer. Willis was diagnosed with stage-3 breast cancer in April of last year.
A Fox Sports Radio host said Friday afternoon on CNN that the only two things he completely believes in are the "First Amendment and boobs" — prompting the network anchor to abruptly end the segment and apologize to viewers for his "entirely inappropriate" remarks. Minutes later, a shocked Baldwin abruptly ended the conversation, saying, "I apologize for him and that. This conversation is over.
A look back at TV anchors who have publicly battled cancer. The news came as a shock to Robach, who is determined to stay strong for her family while also encouraging viewers to get checked. Robach is not the only news personality who has recently raised awareness for the importance of cancer screenings.
She was The cause was complications of breast cancer, her son, John Paschall, said. Marsh was one of several women — Carol Jenkins, Pia Lindstrom, Carol Martin and Melba Tolliver were the others — who had by swept into anchor positions at all five of the New York stations that had late-night news programs.
Islamabad: A Pakistani TV anchor confused Apple Inc with the fruit during the live programme recently and became a laughing stock on social media. A video clip of the incident went viral after Pakistani journalist Naila Inayat posted it on Twitter. In the July 4 incident, the anchor can be seen chatting with a panellist who was talking about the American tech giant, but the former thought the latter was referring to an apple fruit.
By Cindy Adams. Wet tissue wipes off grease, but if it leaves a wet ring, you need the hair dryer. But fashion has hazards.
Election news coverage can get a little mundane at times, but one woman's bold move gave a reporter's story a whole new level of spice. The giggling blonde snuck up behind Suratos and quickly flashed her breasts straight into the camera's lens. It happened so quickly Suratos didn't even catch her scurrying off camera before his segment ended.