Jackie Collins Dead 77 Breast Cancer BBC Life Story Interview

Here’s Celebrity Radio’s Jackie Collins Dead 77 Breast Cancer BBC Life Story Interview….

Jackie Collins, the beloved best-selling novelist, has died aged 77 of breast cancer.

“It is with tremendous sadness that we announce the death of our beautiful, dynamic and one of a kind mother, Jackie Collins, who died of breast cancer today,” the Collins family said in a statement.

“She lived a wonderfully full life and was adored by her family, friends and the millions of readers who she has been entertaining for over 4 decades.

She was a true inspiration, a trail blazer for women in fiction and a creative force. She will live on through her characters but we already miss her beyond words.”

Diagnosed with stage 4 breast cancer six-and-a-half years ago, Collins, 77, chose to keep her illness almost entirely to herself, confiding primarily in her three daughters, Tracy, 54, Tiffany, 48, and Rory, 46.

Ms. Collins was the epitome of a true Star and legend. What a legacy!

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Here’s an Exclusive 3 part life story interview with Jackie Collins.

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Collins, who sat down with PEOPLE on Sept. 14 at her Beverly Hills home for what would be her last interview, had no regrets about the decision to keep her cancer journey private while she embraced a very full life until her very last days. “Looking back, I’m not sorry about anything I did,” she said during the far-ranging interview that saw her spirited, warm and utterly at peace.

Here’s Alex & Jackie in 2010:

Jackie Collins Interview with Alex Belfield Died 2015 Dead Breast Cancer

“I did it my way, as Frank Sinatra would say. I’ve written five books since the diagnosis, I’ve lived my life, I’ve travelled all over the world, I have not turned down book tours and no one has ever known until now when I feel as though I should come out with it,” said Collins, whose treatments over the years included a lumpectomy, radiation and various drug courses and combinations.

“Now I want to save other people’s lives.”

Uploaded by Alex Belfield for Celebrity Radio 20th September 2015.