‘STAY STRONG’: BILLIE EILISH RECORDS UPLIFTING VIDEO FOR YOUNG B.C. GIRL BATTLING LEUKEMIAA

Singer offered Kamryn Exley, 13, encouraging words after reading about her battle with leukemia on Instagram

Kamryn Exley's reaction after seeing Billie Eilish's message to her on her phone. (Submitted/Carrie Exley)

‘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

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