Maria Menounos Seen in Public for the First Time Since Brain Tumor Surgery


Maria Menounos Seen in Public for the First Time Since Brain Tumor Surgery


A week after revealing her brain tumor diagnosis and surgery, the 39-year-old television personality was pictured heading into a mall with her fiance Keven Undergaro in Los Angeles.
Maria Menounos has been spotted for the first time since revealing her brain tumor diagnosis and surgery earlier this month. The former "E! News" co-host was photographed heading into a mall with her fiance Keven Undergaro on Monday, July 10 in Los Angeles.

Maria stepped out in a white tank top and a pair of gray shorts, with a matching jacket wrapped around the waist. She covered her head with a white cap while shielding her eyes with sunglasses. Her fiance, meanwhile, wore a black T-shirt, short pants and a black cap.

The couple took to Instagram earlier this week to reveal why they're hitting the mall just a week after she revealed her brain surgery. "So, the doctor has us on walking therapy, and the Valley is too hot, so we've become mall walkers," Keven said in a video shared on Maria's account.



Maria revealed on Monday, July 3 that she's been battling brain tumor, while she's helping her mom Litsa fight stage 4 brain cancer. She said that she started experiencing troubling symptoms in February. An MRI revealed that she had a golf-ball-size meningioma brain tumor that was pushing on her facial nerves.

She underwent a seven-hour surgery to remove the tumor in June. Her doctor was able to remove 99.9% of the tumor, which was benign, but "there's a six to seven percent chance" that it will come back. She said that her "face is still numb," but she's "getting stronger and stronger every day and I'll be back to normal very soon."


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