Adele Roberts: Last News


BBC Radio 1 DJ Adele Roberts announces that she’s cancer-free

Roberts first shared the news of her diagnosis back in October, saying that the outlook was “positive”.She then returned to work hosting the Radio 1 Weekend Breakfast Show the following month, telling listeners that she “owed [the NHS] my life”.Posting on Instagram on Monday (June 27), Roberts said that she has now been given the all-clear and hailed the moment as “the day I’ve been waiting for”.“Hearing the words ‘you’re free of cancer’ absolutely took my breath away,” she wrote. “I keep replaying it in my mind. It was the most beautiful sound I think I’ve ever heard.

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