[09/04/13 - 09:58 AM] TLC to Air Updated Version of "Say Yes to the Cure: Lori's Fight" on October 4 The one-hour special will have updates from Lori and her family on her current progress.
[via press release from TLC]
TLC TO AIR UPDATED VERSION OF "SAY YES TO THE CURE: LORI'S FIGHT" ON OCTOBER 4
In October 2012, TLC documented Lori Allen's journey from her diagnosis of breast cancer through her treatments and double mastectomy in SAY YES TO THE CURE: LORI'S FIGHT. On Friday, October 4 at 8pm ET/PT, TLC will air a special updated version of this emotional one-hour special where viewers will re-live that experience and get updates from Lori and her family on her current progress, as well as the amazing response and outpouring of love they've received from viewers and fans.
The original special also introduced viewers to fellow breast cancer survivor Delese Range, as she shopped with her husband for her vow renewal gown at Bridals by Lori. Cameras will now follow Delese as she prepares for her big day, even amidst the latest news that she's relapsed and is currently battling cancer again. Through it all, Delese shows her unwavering strength and courage as it all leads up to her touching renewal wedding ceremony, with Lori in attendance.
Both Lori and Delese are classic steel magnolias, and with their similar sense of strength and refusal to feel self-pity, their special bond and friendship was inevitable.
The hour promises to be powerful with raw emotions, but will undoubtedly still feature moments of humor and southern sass that SAY YES TO THE DRESS: ATLANTA fans have grown to know and love.
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