A private concert, selfies with Jack Sparrow, duets with Beyoncé - these are just some of the awesome moments celebrities shared with sick children to help brighten their days.
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The Celebs give a special spirit!... "We should all visit the sick. When they are in sorrow and suffering, it is a real help and benefit to have a friend come. Happiness is a great healer to those who are ill.... This has greater effect than the remedy itself..." ~ Baha'i Faith
What about Michael Jackson. He visited hospitals ever since he was a young teenager and built his own amusement park for sick children to visit. He also planned on making *Michael Jacksons Childrens Hospital* but never got to
Very nice, but I would be more immpressed if these celebrities carryed out these actions with no press, after all if your doing purely as a kind act you would do it even without the publicity. I can't help but think celebrities who do things like this and get publicity are doing it to benifit themselves also, which defeats it being a selfless act of kindness. Much in the same way people who do charity or volunteer work but makes sure all their work collegues know about it. Personally I think if charity's etc asked clebrities to do charity work but said to them they would not be paid anything or recieve any publicity whatsoever most celebrities would not bother.
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