Blink-182’s Mark Hoppus ‘Glad To Be Here’ After Battle With Cancer

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Blink-182 bassist and co-lead singer Mark Hoppus says he is “glad to be here” and looking forward to “playing music” seven months after doctors declared him “cancer free” following his lymphoma diagnosis.

After secretly battling the disease, Hoppus announced last September that he is cancer-free,

In comments to TMZ last weekend, Hoppus said, “Life’s great! I’m glad to be here” and “I’m just getting back out into it.”

“I most wanted to get back out into the studio and get back to playing music, and get off of my couch,” he added.

Hoppus was interviewed as he was walking out of a restaurant in West Hollywood with his wife Skye Everly on Saturday.

Hoppus expressed hope that he will be releasing new music soon, adding, “We’ll see if I can write something happy this time.”

“Enjoy each and every day,” was his message to the fans.

(Photo: Instagram/Mark Hoppus)

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