Thursday, January 31, 2008

Farrah Fawcett Leaks Celebrity Cancer Tape


Is it just me or does Farrah Fawcett spend more time in Germany than the Berlin Wall? It seems, though, that it is to no avail. Things still seem to be cold for Fawcett:

During a party to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Nikki Haskell's StarCaps, Ryan O'Neal told friends his former love had just gone to Germany to treat a huge tumor in her liver.
As the old joke goes, the only thing worse than finding a huge tumor in your liver is finding half a huge tumor in your liver.

How is Fawcett really doing? You can find out for yourself by tuning in tonight to Entertainment Tonight for the beginning of a multiple part series documenting Fawcett's battle with anal cancer. Alana Stewart, Fawcett's best friend, says the series will be an honest "tell all:"
“Farrah took her camera to a doctor’s meeting, because she wanted to be able to remember everything. When we were in Germany meeting with the doctor, Farrah handed me the camera. We documented everything, the good, the bad and the ugly.”
As can be seen from this post's picture... when it comes to Farrah Fawcett, I can not imagine there is too much ugly to document.

[NY Post]
[Fashion.ie]

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Farrah has been abusing drugs since the early 80's (atleast). Now that she's old, she's hoping for a miracle???? Who does she think she is? She's been trying to kill herself for decades, now she has a problem with death?

Danny said...

To: Anonymous
Nobody starts partying for the express purpose killing themsleves besides it started as anal cancer and spread to her liver!
It was most likely caused by diet or possibly sex unless she was smoking crack and snorting coke up her asshole, you insensitive dickhead!

anal cancer said...

Farrah was a great star. Anal cancer is a very rare type of cancer. It affects the anal region. Mostly the symptoms are not detected but some signs include anal bleeding, itching, pain or pressure, unusual discharge, changes in bowel habits and the formation of lumps close to the anus. Safe sex practices should be followed to reduce the development of anal cancer.