Giuliana Rancic Returns to Work After Double Mastectomy


Dec. 28 2011, Published 11:04 a.m. ET

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The show must go on! Although for the past two weeks, subs filled in for Giuliana Rancic, the co-host of E! News returned to set last night after recovering from a double mastectomy and reconstructive surgery. And now the show goes on with its rightful host in front of the camera.

OK! NEWS: BILL RANCIC WISHES HE COULD "TRADE PLACES" WITH GIULIANA RANCIC AFTER BREAST CANCER DIAGNOSIS She told viewers, "It is so good to be back after two weeks since my surgery. Thank you so much for your love, support and prayers." G also Tweeted earlier in the day, "Back at work today since surgery. Excited to be on set of @ENews. I've missed my 2nd family (co-workers and you guys!!!) #thankful." Fans tweeted support and her chief news correspondent mentioned it was great "her royal awesomeness" was back in action! Giuliana released a statement to E! News and mentioned, "I wasn't sure whether I was going to return to E! News this week or after the new year. The last thing I wanted to do was rush my recovery." OK! NEWS: GIULIANA & BILL RANCIC TALK ADOPTION TO CHELSEA HANDLER Luckily for G and viewers alike, doctors gave her the green light this past weekend to get back to work. She added, "Even though I moved a tad slower than usual today, everyone welcomed me back with open arms and it was a wonderful homecoming." Well, if you watched last night's broadcast, it seemed she didn't move slower at all as she reported on Matthew McConaughey and John Legend's engagements. We're happy to see her back!

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