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Watch Mark Hoppus perform for the first time since his cancer battle [Video]

Mark Hoppus has performed live for the first time since revealing he was cancer-free back in September.

Hoppus joined Blink-182 bandmate Travis Barker at Barker’s House of Horrors Halloween pay-per-view livestream at the weekend.

They were accompanied by Escape the Fate’s Kevin “Thrasher” Gruft on guitar, ripping through Blink-182 classics ‘What’s My Age Again?’, ‘The Rock Show’ and ‘Family Reunion’.

The gig coincided with the one-month mark since Hoppus confirmed he was cancer-free, after battling stage four diffuse large B-cell lymphoma.

Prior to the performance, Barker was asked what it was like reuniting with Hoppus after his successful chemotherapy treatment.

“Mark doing this and us playing a few songs is just incredible,” Barker said.

“I’ve been with him through this whole process and he’s just been so strong and resilient and tough, and I just told him, ‘Elbows up and fight’, you know? It’s time to fight. And he did. It’s awesome.”

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