Terry Crews tells James Corden wife Rebecca's cancer amid lockdown was an 'all-consuming, evil entity'
The 54-year-old singer was diagnosed sometime in March and is now cancer-free as she participated in the chat with host James Corden
During his appearance on CBS' 'The Late Late Show with James Corden', actor Terry Crews opened up about his singer wife Rebecca Crews' cancer struggle. Rebecca was diagnosed with stage 1 breast cancer just during the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic. She had called cancer an "all-consuming, all-powerful evil entity". At the time of her getting diagnosed, however, things were going as normal and the world hadn't shut down. But cancer is not an easy battle to fight and after fiercely battling her way through it, a double mastectomy and reconstructive surgery later, Rebecca is cancer-free.
The 54-year-old singer was diagnosed sometime in March and is now cancer-free as she participated in the chat with host James Corden. The 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' star cheered his wife for her fierce strength and will to fight cancer. Terry has taken charge of the household as he is helping his wife by cooking for her, helping her bathe and simply just stepping up. The couple received a lot of love and support from their fans. "Oh boy — thinking of you both! Cancer sucks so hard. Don't rush it. Take time. You'll get through it," tweeted one fan. "Amazing! So happy for them," concurred another.
Rebecca's struggle is one that resonated with several across the country. "@rebeccakcrews Much Love to you my Pink sister. Congrats on being cancer-free!! Had no idea until I heard you on @latelateshow #RondaTGFS #Cancersucks #WeAreWarriors," tweeted one. And the inspiring story of the struggle has left many viewers feeling empowered. "Their story was inspiring for many If you're not watching or not planning on catching @terrycrews on @latelateshow tonight, then you're missing out on some wholesome stuff. What do you say we have a virtual painting party, Terry?"
At the same time, Terry's positivity in the face of the ordeals is inspiring. On the late-night talk show, he also spoke about the importance of art and creativity in a time of a global pandemic today and just how it helps people by providing them with an escape. "@terrycrews on @latelateshow advocating for the importance of art and creativity is the positivity I needed today." Another fan tweeted, "Does @terrycrews need anymore friends because I need that level of positive."