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When we last checked in with the King in December, he had just underwent triple bypass heart surgery. Well, looks like things are looking up for the King, as his wife revealed he just completed a cardiac rehabilitation program. The King has given up smoking, is on a healthy diet and is working out. Damn, sounds like he's in better shape than I am. Here is the full update:

“Some of you have been asking for an update on King’s health, so I thought I’ll write what’s been going on.

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“King has just finished his cardiac rehabilitation program this past Friday, and graduated with flying colors. Thanks to the wonderful people at the rehab center, his exercise regimen helped him gain a lot of muscle, and start on the road of building up good endurance.

“We will start regular exercises now to get the endurance up to nice levels.

“The examinations by his heart surgeon and cardiologist revealed that his health is steadily improving, and they all expect him to feel better than ever, 15 years younger than he really is.

“I am immensely proud of what he has achieved in these short three months, stopped smoking entirely, changed diet and doing regular exercise among other things.

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“I cannot say anything certain about when he will be back working on King Diamond-related things, but he is looking forward to finishing the DVDs eventually, and he is most certainly not stopping music.

“I hope this information was helpful. I can honestly say that his progress has been nothing short of amazing. He is the strongest person I know. He would also like to extend his huge gratitude to all of you, for your absolutely amazing support. It has really meant a lot to him.”

In related news, teen actress Abigail Breslin was on Fallon recently and The Roots played her in with an awesome quick rendition of the King D. classic "Abigail"…

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