Rod Stewart Reveals He Had Prostate Cancer But Is Now in Remission: ‘I’m in the Clear’

Famed musician Rod Stewart says doctors detected prostate cancer early and he was able to treat it over two years

Iconic singer Rod Stewart has revealed that he is in “in the clear” from prostate cancer after being diagnosed with the disease and fighting it over a two-year period.

Stewart, 74, was reportedly diagnosed with prostate cancer in February 2016, during a routine check-up.

The singer — who was knighted for his services to music and charity in 2016 — revealed the news at a special Prostate Project fundraiser alongside former Faces bandmates Ronnie Wood and Kenny Jones.