Veteran boyband singer Alan Osmond has suffered a heart attack - but is fighting back strongly from the health scare.
The eldest member of seventies heart-throb singing family The Osmonds recovered quickly, and was able to join his siblings to receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame last week (ends9AUG03) - nevertheless he regards the scare as a "wake-up call".
A message on the Osmonds' website says the 54-year-old, who also suffers from Multiple Sclerosis, is "back home and feeling much better. There was some heart damage but he said he was watched over and is ok".
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