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Daily Hollywood - Health, Happiness, And Help

Robyn Wolfish |
November 12, 2010 | 12:53 a.m. PST

Staff Reporter

Jane Fonda (Creative Commons)
Jane Fonda (Creative Commons)
Daily Hollywood – Friday, November 12, 2010

Jane Fonda, 72, is recovering after undergoing a procedure to combat breast cancer.

The actress had a procedure earlier this week to remove a small, non-invasive tumor discovered during a routine check up a few weeks ago.

“She’s 100 percent cancer-free. She’s completely fine and it’s business as usual for her,” her rep said. 

She is currently promoting her newest Primetime Fitness DVD, which will hit stores on Nov. 30.

"Entertainment Tonight" was the first to report the news of Fonda’s cancer. An exclusive interview with the actress will premiere on the show Thursday. 

(Source: http://www.people.com)

"Up in the Air" actress, Vera Farmiga, and her husband, Renn Hawkey, welcomed a baby girl on Thursday, November 4.

Gytta Lubov Hawkey joins big brother Flynn, 22 months. 

It is reported that Farmiga and the baby are “happy and healthy.”

Farmiga, 37, and her husband decided to keep the sex of the baby a surprise until delivery.

“We don’t know what we’re having yet. I just want to have a healthy baby,” she told People earlier this year. 

The actress was set to play Gerard Butler’s wife in the upcoming film, "Machine Gun Preacher," but dropped out after learning she was pregnant.

She will be back on screen in "Source Code," a thriller, opposite Jake Gyllenhaal.

Farmiga and Hawkey have been married since 2008. They live on a farm in upstate New York. 

(Source: http://www.popeater.com)      

Butch Patrick, who played Eddie Munster in the 1960’s TV sitcom, "The Munsters," has checked into rehab for drug and alcohol treatment. 

The former child star, 57, checked himself into a private facility in New Jersey following a breakup with his ex-Philadelphia Eagles cheerleader fiancée, who deemed herself the biggest Munsters fan.

His agent, Jodi Ritzen, told the Associated Press that Patrick took the step “to deal with a lifetime problem of substance abuse.”

“He has suffered with alcohol and drug addition according to his family probably since he was 17…and he had just broken up with the woman he moved here [to Philadelphia for],” she said.

Patrick announced in July he was going to wed, but his fiancée called it off, breaking up with him last week.

(Source: http://www.eonline.com

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