Kelly Price

Kelly Price

Kelly Price

Kelly Price

Kelly Price

In the days of social media, the celebrities are literally being put on a pedestal. Celebrities are sharing the details of their lives on the internet- their grocery list and their workout routine, and the most important step before they go out to do some charitable work is coming home to post a selfie- Kelly "The Body" Price is no exception.


and an activist in educating the public about the disease. She was the chairwoman of the seventh annual Sister to Sister Fitness Festival held in Dallas, Texas which was sponsored by the Celebrating Life Foundation. Claudia experienced pain in her breast in 1997, but said fear and a lack of insurance kept her from seeking immediate medical attention. Instead, she waited two years before seeing a doctor. While at work one day in 1999, her doctor called and said she had inflammatory breast cancer. Doctors gave her two months to live. She underwent chemotherapy, and the disease was in remission as of October 2006.

“At one point, they lost me,” the Grammy-nominated singer said of her medical team, later clarifying, “I died.” She added that when she finally woke up a few days later, the first thing she remembered were the doctors around her “asking me if I knew what year it was.” (Source: www.billboard.com)


In December 2000, Price donated $250,000 to fight breast cancer. She presented a check to Tony Martell of the T.J. Martell Foundation and Denise Rich of G&P Foundation For Cancer Research to help with the ongoing fight against breast cancer. Price donated the proceeds from her single "Love Sets You Free" which she recorded in January 2000.

Shortly after the TMZ interview was published, Price posted a message to her followers on Instagram, thanking them for keeping her in their thoughts. “Thank you for your love, concern, and prayers. I truly appreciate them and all of you who sincerely did them. They are not lost on me. I promise,” she wrote. “I’m going back into solace and silence where I can put things first and that is to be restored, to be healthy and to be whole.” (Source: www.billboard.com)

AMC Networks announced it green-lit the scripted dramedy series “À La Carte” for its ALLBLK streaming platform. Created by Netflix contract publicist Breanna Hogan and executive produced by Meagan Good, the series centers on an ambitious, intelligent, funny, beautiful Black woman named Mahogany Rose, who prides herself on being the best and excelling at everything — except love. (Source: www.nydailynews.com)


Kelly Price told TMZ that she was never missing, as some family reported, but was battling a serious case of COVID-19. See what she said.

Kelly Price — who was reported missing in Georgia by her family on Sept. 18 following a COVID-19 diagnosis — has revealed that she is safe, but made the active decision to remove herself from friends, family and social media after a near-fatal battle with coronavirus. (Source: www.billboard.com)

www.billboard.com)Price first shared in a July 29 message on Instagram that she contracted COVID-19. When her symptoms continued to persist, her husband became her caretaker at home with guidance from her primary care physician. After developing a fever of 103, Price was taken to the hospital by ambulance. (Source:

“I was discharged. The hospital needed beds. I was able to go home and with oxygen and have health aides check on me throughout the week, which is what happened for a period of four weeks after being released from the hospital. People were definitely seeing me,” Price explained to the outlet. “The people that could actually say something are not allowed to because of HIPPA law, but I was being seen several times a week by several health aides after being released on oxygen, and I actually just got my clean COVID-19 test a week ago.” (Source: www.billboard.com)

The nine-time Grammy Award nominated vocal powerhouse — known for R&B standouts “Friend of Mine,” “It’s My Time” and “Heartbreak Hotel” with Whitney Houston and Faith Evans — was reported missing after she was discharged from a Georgia hospital, where she was battled COVID-19 in September. (Source: www.nydailynews.com)




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