Opera singer Viktoria Bolonina reveals her heartbreaking brain cancer battle

Opera singer and The Voice star reveals her devastating setback in her cancer battle – and how staying to raise her young daughter is driving her through the odds

Opera singer Viktoria Bolonina has revealed her heartbreaking battle with stage 4 brain cancer.

The performer, who was also a finalist on the first season of The Voice in 2012, shared a positive photo on Instagram after revealing that an “orange-sized” tumor was removed from her brain in April.

a mother with Central Coast Express Advocate On Sunday, she said she was grateful the initial surgery was a success.

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“Thankfully, it worked,” she told the publication.

“But some cells are left behind, and it’s not just something that can be completely removed.”

However, the star took another hit after further tests showed the tumor was malignant.

Battle: The star took another hit after further tests showed the tumor was malignant. Victoria will now undergo radiotherapy and chemotherapy.Photo with daughter Mirana, a

Battle: The star took another hit after further tests showed the tumor was malignant. Victoria will now undergo radiotherapy and chemotherapy.Photo with daughter Mirana, a

Victoria will now undergo radiotherapy and chemotherapy.

“At this stage, we are awaiting results to see if we can do radiation and chemotherapy together or separately,” she told the publication.

The star said doctors revealed that the tumor had been slowly growing in her body for the past 10 years.

Inspiration:

Inspiration: “She’s just amazing. She’s my inspiration and the reason I want to fight it,” Victoria told the publication. “Because of her, I have a chance to beat this”

Viktoria said her first problem was that she suffered “panic attacks” and “hallucinations” before performing on stage in 2018.

She also experienced “unbearable headaches” that twisted to her left because the tumor was on her right side.

The star now says she will do whatever it takes to fight for her one-year-old daughter Mirana.

Signs: Victoria says it's just because of panic attacks and hallucinations before her 2018 performance. She also had

Signs: Victoria says it’s just because of panic attacks and hallucinations before her 2018 performance. She also had “unbearable headaches”.Photo with singer Paulini Curuenavuli (left)

‘She was amazing. She was my inspiration and the reason I wanted to fight it,” she told the publication.

“Because of her, I have a chance to beat this.”

The star’s friends Sophia Luperdi and Katrina Mottram kicked off the show GoFundMe page to help pay for ongoing medical expenses.

HELP: The star's friends Sophia Luperdi and Katrina Mottram started a GoFund Me page to help pay for ongoing medical bills.Photo: Victoria

HELP: The star’s friends Sophia Luperdi and Katrina Mottram started a GoFund Me page to help pay for ongoing medical bills.Photo: Victoria

A post on the site reads: “Any donation, no matter how small, will help ease our lovely Vicky’s pain.”

‘Thank you for your tireless thoughts and gifts. She is an inspiration for all of us.

Elegant Victoria appeared on The Voice of Australia, where she rose to fame with her performance of the classic hit Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down).

The song peaked at number five on the iTunes chart. It peaked at 28 on the ARIA charts.

She has performed at Woolworths Carols in the Domain every year since 2016.

Elegance: Viktoria appeared on The Voice, where she rose to fame with her performance of the classic hit Bang Bang (My Baby Knocks Me Down).It hit the iTunes and ARIA charts

Elegance: Viktoria appeared on The Voice, where she rose to fame with her performance of the classic hit Bang Bang (My Baby Knocks Me Down).It hit the iTunes and ARIA charts

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