The show must go on.
After the passing of legend Joan Rivers, many wondered if her show Fashion Police would be able to carry on in her absence.
Well, we finally have our answer.
Read the emotional statement (below):
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We love when celebs do good and this time around it’s Gisele Bundchen spreading the cheer.
The gorgeous model spent the day at a Boston salon with a group of 29 girls, all cancer patients from the Jimmy Fund Clinic at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.
Bundchen, who came in as a surprise guest, posed for photos and even taught the girls how to walk like a model on the runway.
As for the girls, they also got to enjoy an afternoon of pampering, consisting of manicures, pedicures, styling, makeup and more. Hannah Baiona, a 15-year-old patient, described meeting the model:
“We all started clapping and everyone was excited… She individually met with us all and gave us each a rose, and gave us each a hug, and we got to take pictures with her. She was mostly saying hi to everyone, being like "It’s nice to meet you! You look so pretty. You look so good!’
We made a fake little catwalk in the salon, and we each walked down it. Then there were three girls that were in wheelchairs, and she strolled them down the catwalk. Another girl and I didn’t want to walk alone, so she waked arm-in-arm with us.'
Gisele was so emotionally touched, she left the salon in tears.
Check out a short clip of Bundchen with the girls after the jump!
[Image via Adriana Barraza/WENN.]