You'll Never Believe What Arnold Schwarzenegger's First Words Were After Waking Up From Surgery

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Per The Independent:

Former California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger is in stable condition after undergoing heart surgery in Los Angeles.

“I'M BACK," Mr Schwarzenegger, 70, said when he woke up following the procedure, according to his spokesperson Daniel Ketchell.

“So he’s in good spirits,” Mr Ketchell wrote on Twitter.

The procedure was planned, according to the statement, and was conducted in order to replace a pulmonic valve that was originally installed after Mr Schwarzenegger was diagnosed with a congenital heart defect in 1997.

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