London (ANI): Cancer stricken Jade Goody is ready to say 'bye-bye to her hair' after returning from a three-week pause to painful radio and chemotherapy treatments. The reality TV star said she would soon be returning to the therapy that along with destroying cells, specifically those of micro-organisms or cancer, also leads to hair fall.
"I finished radiotherapy and my first course of chemotherapy last month. I've had a few weeks off treatment which has been so nice," the Mirror quoted her as writing in her New! magazine diary. "But on December 15 I start having big doses of chemo every month. This is when it gets really tough and I can say bye-bye to my hair," she added.
Goody had been at the centre of much controversy after appearing on the Channel 4 reality show 'Big Brother' in 2007 where she had been accused of racist bullying against Indian actress Shilpa Shetty. Following her eviction from the show, Goody had made many public apologies and subsequently appeared on the Indian version of the reality show 'Bigg Boss' before making a withdrawal owing to her cancer.