The Wanted's Tom Parker was in tears on Wednesday night as he revealed that doctors have his brain tumour "under control".
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Taking to his social media, the 33-year-old singer posted a picture of himself alongside his two children and wife Kelsey Hardwick and revealed: "I'm sat here with tears in my eyes as I tell you. We've got my brain tumour under control. We had the results from my latest scan…and I'm delighted to say it is STABLE."
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He continued: "Such a mix of emotions. We couldn't ask for any more really at this point; a year or so into this journey. Honestly over the moon. We can sleep a little easier tonight. Thank you for all your love and support over the last 12+ months. Love from Me, Kelsey, Aurelia & Bo."
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Friends and fans rushed to congratulate the star with Olly Murs writing: "Great news Tom!"
Tom shared a family picture alongside the happy news
GMB's Charlotte Hawkins remarked: "Amazing news. Sending love to you both," whilst Kimberley Walsh added: "The most AMAZING news!"
Good friend Rebecca Adlington said: "Amazing. You are a fighter. Sending so much love C."
Tom first revealed his diagnosis in October last year and just three months later, in January, the singer shared that his stage 4 brain tumour had "significantly reduced".
Last month, the father-of-two broke down as he opened up about his terminal diagnosis during an emotional Channel 4 film for Stand Up To Cancer, Tom Parker: Inside My Head.
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During the 87-minute documentary, the singer also revealed he has suffered from short-term memory loss and spent nearly three months in bed solidly.
Growing emotional as he spoke about his prognosis, Tom said: "It's so hard to think about the future, I don't want to know.
"I don't think you know how you feel about death until you're faced with it. Am I going to die? That's the most important question... I want to stick around - and be the best version I can!"
He later added: "I don't want people to treat me different just because I've got something, I think that was always on my mind."
He continued: "I do feel like I'm in a much stronger place, but it's so hard to think about the future. Do you know what I mean? I genuinely don't know what it holds anymore."