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  • but that dress!

    June 8, 2015

    I love her and I love her husband. The very few people in Hollywood that, no matter how rich or how famous, are down to earth and humble. I wish her a speedy recovery and lots of good health and happiness!

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  • d

    June 8, 2015

    She looks great and I’m happy to know she’s doing well.

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  • ara

    June 8, 2015

    I am very glad she’s doing so well. But that dress is not a good look. Looks like 2 saggy flat pancake breasts on her shoulders. At least that was my first thought when I saw it. Plus I would have styled her hair. I don’t know why so many women are wearing their hair pulled away from their faces. Might as well just be bald with that sort of look, IMO.

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  • anna

    June 8, 2015

    I must have missed something. If you have breast cancer, with or without reconstruction, isn’t there the five year check up period. If you have no evidence of disease within the five year period you are considered basically cancer free but to say the disease is gone seems strange, does it not? Did I interpret that correctly?

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  • e

    June 8, 2015

    I had one breast removed and underwent reconstruction over a 4 1/2 month period. It was no walk in the park so to speak. I realize some people heal faster but according to the story she was on hiatus for only one month! The timeline must be wron

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  • Amy

    June 8, 2015

    I am amazed that Rita was able to have her surgeries in such a short time I had to wait 4 months after the double mastectomy before I could have the reconstruction! Rita looks fantastic and I am so happy that she is cancer-free! I love her country singing, too!

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