The Dude actor Jeff Bridges announces his lymphoma diagnosis

The Dude actor Jeff Bridges announces his lymphoma diagnosis

- Jeff Bridges, the beloved Hollywood actor, has revealed that he has been diagnosed with lymphoma

- The star took to Twitter to announce the tragic news to his fans who responded with support and well-wishes

- Bridges also took the opportunity to thank his supporters and urge people in the US to go out and vote in the upcoming elections

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Jeff Bridges has announced that he has been diagnosed with lymphoma. The Hollywood heavyweight took to Twitter to reveal the tragic news to his fans and followers.

The actor is a fan-favourite and is known for his scene-stealing roles even when he is not the lead in a film. True Grit, The Big Lebowski and Bad Times at the El Royale are among his most popular projects.

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Bridges seemed in high spirits as he told tweeps he felt positive about the prognosis and that he was grateful for the support he had already received. The actor also took the opportunity to urge people to vote in the upcoming US presidential elections.

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Jeff Bridges also mentioned in his tweet that he is aware of the seriousness of the disease but that he has a great team of doctors and the prognosis is good.

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In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that Netflix has released the footage of Chadwick Boseman's last TV role.

Chadwick starred in a movie dubbed Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom alongside celebrated 'How To Get Away With Murder' actress, Viola Davis.

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The film was based on an old Broadway Play created by August Wilson back in 1982. The movie is expected to show in theatres in November 2020 and later stream on Netflix after a month.

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