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.
You should Google the whole story, even tho the Patriots won which meant Chris Pratt had to visit a childrens hospital as Star Lord (and as you saw Chris Evans still showed up to visit as well) what this video doesn't show you is that later on Chris Evans still dressed up as Captain America to visit another childrens hospital (which Chris Pratt also showed up for). So neither one of them are "fucking assholes", they're both actually pretty caring guys.
+Chelsea Hopkins"They basically stated whichever team lost, said hero would go, in costume, to see some sick children to make their day."
Well correct me if I am wrong but isn't this something that they should be EAGER to do anyway?
Baby Hope was born with stage 3 Cancer she is fighting everyday to make her organs keep alive, her mother is seeking any help she can get to assist with medical fee; Hope have to do different blood test daily to make sure organ working. please watch her story and see how you can help and share her story
+Pryac Jr Why don't you try something new. Inviting someone to "suck a fat one" is the oldest and most commonly used put down on YouTube. Try this....actually THINK about what I have said that has offended you and try expressing those thoughts on to the computer screen through the use of your keyboard? Insults are for children. Show me you have the brains to actually engage in a thought out and meaningful conversation. Are you capable of that or did your "book learnin'" in school between "sloppin the hogs" and "fetchin' the firewood" not take you that far?
Here, I will start....These two MORONS are using spending time with children with cancer as a BET. Don't you think this is something they should both WANT to do? A bet is usually based on getting your opponent to engage in an action or activity YOU are NOT WINNING to participate in.
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