PUBLISHED: 16:43, Tue, Sep 22, 2020 | UPDATED: 16:43, Tue, Sep 22, 2020
Linda Nolan, 61, who was diagnosed with cancer within days of her sister Anne Nolan, 69, back in April, recently rang the chemotherapy bell to mark the end of her treatment. The Nolans hitmaker has now taken to Twitter to clear up any misunderstanding ahead of a 2017 episode of In Therapy, scheduled to air this evening.
The singer, who rose to fame in the 70s alongside her sisters, was first diagnosed with breast cancer in 2006 and secondary terminal breast cancer 11 years later.
Earlier this year, Linda was diagnosed with secondary cancer in her liver at the same time as Anne - who has breast cancer.
The cancer was found in her pelvis.
Taking to the micro-blogging site today, Linda has addressed the Channel 5 show In Therapy to clear up any confusion.
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Linda Nolan sets record straight over confusion amid cancer battle (Image: BBC)
Linda Nolan alongside her sisters Coleen Nolan, Anne Nolan and the late Bernie Nolan (Image: GETTY)
She explained that the programme highlights her previous cancer battle and not her most recent diagnosis this year.
In view of her 7,435 followers, she penned: "Seen all the tweets about #LindaNolanInTherapy on @channel5_tv tonight.
"My episode was filmed in 2017, just after I was diagnosed with secondary breast cancer, but never aired."
She added: "Wanted to clarify now, in case you