ROME (AP) -- A spokeswoman for Luciano Pavarotti says the tenor is expected to be released from the hospital "imminently" after being admitted last week with a fever.
The spokeswoman says Pavarotti is in high spirits and ready to resume recording a new album.
She says doctors have given the tenor the go-ahead to leave the Italian hospital where he has been undergoing tests since last Wednesday.
Pavarotti, who underwent surgery for pancreatic cancer last year, was hospitalized in his hometown after a routine examination revealed a high temperature.
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