Jade Goody's fears about dying of cancer were revealed last night in a TV documentary marking the first anniversary of her death. The footage was recorded during her struggle with cervical cancer that led to her passing away last year.
The Big Brother star, who died aged 27 on March 22, asked television chiefs to broadcast the footage after her death to inspire other cancer sufferers.
The film Jade: A Year Without Her is expected to show the physical effects of the cancer, including the time when she discovered part of the tumour in the toilet bowl after a visit to the bathroom, The Daily Star reported.
She said: "The tumour was so big it was eating away...that was what I had to deal with. That's how bad it was."
She added: "The thing I'm most scared of is that I'm going to die. But I don't want to just stop filming halfway through my hair falling out. What inspiration is that to anybody? I'm doing this for other people, other people are going through what I'm going through."