By Kristy Johnson For Daily Mail Australia
Published: 14:12 GMT, 1 March 2020 | Updated: 14:12 GMT, 1 March 2020
Australian Survivor star Jacqui Patterson has been diagnosed with a tumour in her head.
The 52-year-old told The Sunday Telegraph's Confidential that she will be undergoing surgery to remove a three millimetre deep melanoma between her scalp and skull.
'I'm really p*ssed off, but what can you do about it?' the Byron Bay marriage celebrant said. 'Just got to roll with the punches don't you, not just cry about it?'
'I'm really p*ssed off!' Australian Survivor's Jacqui Patterson, 52, (pictured) revealed to The Sunday Telegraph's Confidential that she's been diagnosed with a tumour in her head and will undergo urgent surgery
Jacqui revealed how she discovered a lump on her head in early February and after getting a second opinion, was told she had a malignant tumour.
'The result of that is that it hasn't spread which is great. Their concern now is whether it's a primary or secondary - they're going to operate ASAP,' she said.
The bodybuilder went on to share her utter shock at the diagnosis, admitting that she thought doctors 'got the wrong number'.
Back in 2017, Jacqui who was battling a stage four melanoma at the