Singer Kylie Minogue has spoken out about her joy as she celebrates being cancer free for five years.
Minogue, 42, who revealed she had some "horribly, horribly low moments" but had "a lot of support from around the world", described the landmark anniversary this week as a "big achievement".
She was asked during a television interview on Spanish TV show El Hormiguero what advice she would give to those in a similar situation.
"You need to hand yourself over to not only the medical people, who do a fine job, but to all the people who want to take care of you," the Daily Express quoted her as saying.
"Sometimes you don't want to be mollycoddled. But what I found helpful is you have to let them help you.
"It's baby, baby steps. I think it's too simple to say 'Just stay strong', because you can't be strong all the time.
"You have those moments when you're down and so horribly, horribly low, but you still come up again, so believe in that," she added.