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Sinead O'Connor had a hysterectomy ... and liveblogged it on Facebook

Updates from the singer included details about oddly-timed text messages from Bob Geldof.
Aug 29th 2015, 10:06 AM 27,020 47

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EARLIER THIS WEEK, Sinead O’Connor announced that she would be undergoing a hysterectomy.

And on Wednesday the singer went into surgery… and liveblogged the whole thing on Facebook.

Naturally, she was a little scared.

sinead1 Source: Sinead O'Connor/Facebook

And so she wondered aloud what would happen if she were to back out.

sinead2 Source: Sinead O'Connor/Facebook

But soon she was at peace with the whole thing — although she did have one last request.

sinead3 Source: Sinead O'Connor/Facebook

All of a sudden, things got very real.

real Source: Sinead O'Connor/Facebook

jesuss Source: Sinead O'Connor/Facebook

But her commitment to her fans didn’t go unnoticed <3

commitment Source: Sinead O'Connor/Facebook

She then revealed that Tayto would never quite be the same for her… and employed “feeling shocked” to great effect

shocked Source: Sinead O'Connor/Facebook

And then she posted the greatest Facebook status ever in the history of Facebook.

shit Source: Sinead O'Connor/Facebook

Geldof.

As in Bob Geldof.

But it wasn’t over yet…

sinead6 Source: Sinead O'Connor/Facebook

sinead5 Source: Sinead O'Connor/Facebook

sineadd Source: Sinead O'Connor/Facebook

The whole thing just made people love Sinead even more.

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Fortunately the surgery appears to have gone well with O’Connor telling fans yesterday that she was “very sore but happy”.

sorebut Source: Sinead O'Connor/Facebook

By Amy O’Connor. Originally published on DailyEdge.ie.

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