Britney Spears' manager has heart surgery
Britney Spears' manager has undergone heart surgery.
Music executive Larry Rudolph - who also counts Miley Cyrus, Nicole Scherzinger, Steven Tyler and Avril Lavigne among his clients - is recovering from valve replacement surgery, his friend Jeff Beacher has confirmed.
Larry, 51, checked into New York-Presbyterian medical facility on June 1 and underwent the procedure the following day and is now "recovering quickly", his pal confirmed to the New York Post newspaper's Page Six column.
Larry has had a stream of visitors who have showered him with gifts, which Jeff believes has helped with his recovery.
He added: "Larry is very loved. He is a machine and is doing amazing."
The music mogul previously underwent a similar procedure 13 years ago and reportedly had the same surgeon both times.
Speaking ahead of his most recent surgery, Larry - who has managed Britney for 20 years - said he was "feeling real positive" about the procedure and plans to be "back in the saddle in a few months."
According to the Las Vegas Sun newspaper, the executive will spent some time recovering from the operation in Lake Tahoe.