Popular talk show host Jimmy Kimmel has said that his newborn son, Billy is doing better after undergoing life-saving heart surgery.
The 49-year-old presenter and his wife Molly McNearney welcomed their second child four months ago and were informed by doctors that their little one has a congenital heart defect.
Talking to Us Weekly, Kimmel said, "Billy is doing well. He's right there! He's got to have another operation soon, but he's doing well. He seems to be strong. He pulls hair, that's for sure!"
The comedian had revealed on his show "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" that his son, who was born on April 21, underwent an open-heart surgery three days after his birth.
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