News

Former ‘DWTS’ host to undergo double-mastectomy

Former ‘DWTS’ host to undergo double-mastectomy

FIGHTING CANCER: Samantha Harris will undergo a double-mastectomy. Photo: Associated Press

TV personality Samantha Harris will undergo a double mastectomy later this month.

The former “Dancing with the Stars” co-host found a lump in her breast last year but a mammogram scan came back all clear. It was not until she saw a breast cancer specialist months later that she was diagnosed with the disease.

Harris admits she felt “calmer” once she made the decision to have her breasts removed, telling People.com, “I was sick of feeling the way that I did in the days after the diagnosis. I knew I needed to take control.”

Recently Played

Latest Headlines

in Music

Justin Timberlake headed to the big screen

Fresh
Justin Timberlake performing at Philips Arena on Tuesday, Dec. 17, 2013, in Atlanta.

Footage from the singer's 20/20 Experience World Tour is being made into a movie.

in Entertainment

Marvel announces ‘Guardians of Infinity’ comic

Fresh
17-overlay13

"The Guardians of the Galaxy" adventures will continue in this new comic book, which ties in with the blockbuster film.

in Trending, Viral Videos

TODAY’S MUST SEE: Jimmy Kimmel’s Trump campaign ad

10-overlay23

Ordinarily people running for President tell us what they would do if they got the job, but Donald Trump has a much broader approach.

in Entertainment

‘War Room’ Stuns With $11M, Zac Efron’s ‘We Are Your Friends’ Tanks

20-overlay14

The box office underwent a religious conversion this weekend as Christian crowds flocked to "War Room," lifting the low-budget salute to prayer above the Zac Efron drama "We're You're Friends" and the Owen Wilson thriller "No Escape."

in Music

Swift leads winners but West, Cyrus rule the VMAs

24-overlay8

Taylor Swift may have won the most Moonmans on Sunday but it was her reunion with rapper Kanye West on the MTV Video Music Awards stage that stole the show, as West declared he will run for the U.S. presidency in 2020.