Radio 1’s Adele Roberts Describes Her Ongoing Battle With Bowel Cancer | Good Morning Britain

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In her first TV interview since being diagnosed with bowel cancer, the Radio 1 Presenter and former I’m A Celebrity… star, is reunited with Kate Garraway to reveal her newly shaven head and more about her ongoing battle with cancer and chemotherapy, and why she’s so keen on highlighting the importance of getting checked early! Adele is joined by her partner of 18 years Kate who’s been her absolute rock through the last 16 weeks since Adele was diagnosed.

Broadcast on 21/01/22

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