‘STAY STRONG’: BILLIE EILISH RECORDS UPLIFTING VIDEO FOR YOUNG B.C. GIRL BATTLING LEUKEMIAA
VANCOUVER — A young B.C. girl who is battling leukemia for a second time now amid the COVID-19 crisis has been given an uplifting personal message from her hero, Billie Eilish.
The singer of “Bad Guy” and “When the Party’s Over” recently recorded a special video for 13-year-old Kamryn Exley, who cried with joy while watching it from her hospital bed last week.
“Hey Kam, it’s Billie. I wanted to make this video and reach out to you and let you know I’m here for you, I love you so much, stay strong,” Eilish says in the clip, which was shared on social media by her family. READ MORE
‘SHE COULDN’T BELIEVE IT, SHE WAS CRYING’: TEEN CANCER PATIENT GETS SURPRISE VIDEO MESSAGE FROM BILLIE EILISH
Singer offered Kamryn Exley, 13, encouraging words after reading about her battle with leukemia on Instagram
A 13-year-old leukemia patient from B.C. got a surprise from one of her favourite musicians last week.
Kamryn Exley was ecstatic after her parents showed her a video of Billie Eilish offering words of encouragement before the teen’s upcoming bone marrow transplant.
The singer sent the message after seeing a post on Instagram from Kamryn’s elder sister, asking the Grammy Award-winning artist to visit or send a message her way.
“It got shared over 30,000 times,” said Kamryn’s mother Carrie Exley. READ MORE