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Linda Nolan has been inundated with compliments from fans worldwide after showing off a glam makeover.
The 64-year-old singer, actress and presenter thanked her makeup artist, Hollie Fitzmartin, for giving her a gorgeous makeover.
The star posted snaps showing off her flawless skin, shimmery eyeshadow and pink lips.
Scores of Linda’s fans quickly shared their support for the star, who recently revealed that her cancer has spread to her brain in a devastating health update.
“It’s your courage, your determination, your positivity, your inspiration to others. That’s what makes you beautiful,” gushed one supporter.
“You look beautiful as ever. Sending so much love and positive vibes your way,” said another.
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Posing in a pink top, Linda captioned her glam snaps: “Another glam day with my fave makeup artist Hollie Fitzmartin. I also got to try her brand new lashes, ‘Worthy’, from her lash range.”
Kjr4863 said: “Beautiful, that’s what you are inside and out. Loving the makeup.”
YDraigGoch10 said, “Looking absolutely bewitchingly beautiful.”
Ansell_alison said: “The most beautiful eyes ever! Love you Linda! Wow what a lady!”
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Linda has been open with her supporters as she battles her disease for the fourth time, telling fans she was “shocked and scared” when her doctor told her that cancer had spread to her brain.
The member of The Nolans, the Anglo-Irish pop group where she and her sisters found fame, has admitted to using a wheelchair after having trouble with her balance.
She also confirmed that she has moved in with her sister Denise.
In an interview on Good Morning Britain, Linda said: “Unfortunately, sadly for me, my cancer has now spread to my brain.
“That’s obviously very frightening because there isn’t much out there for brain cancer at the moment, apart from radiotherapy, which I’m going to be having.
“But there is a new drug that’s been in use for a year, for brain cancer, and they’re going to try me on that as a [chemotherapy] drug with some other treatment.
“I’ve always been honest and I just wanted people to know my situation.”
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