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Barry Manilow Hospitalized For Hip Muscle Repair

08:01 AM Tuesday 12/13/11 | |

Barry Manilow has been shaking his hips on stage for decades, and now he has to have those muscles repaired.

A spokeswoman for Manilow says the 68-year-old entertainer was hospitalized Monday for surgery to remove fluid and repair torn muscles in his hips.

  • Barry Manilow

    Amway Center, Orlando, Fla.
    January 20, 2011

    (John Davisson)

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Manilow waited until he performed his 1,000th Las Vegas concert and ended his seven-year run at two resorts there before having the surgery.

Publicist Annie Jeeves says Manilow will be in recovery for six weeks before performing in Chicago on Feb. 2.


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