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8-year-old Jane Fiemeyer has fought a long hard battle with cancer, and it's coming to an end. Mom Jil says:
"We learned earlier this week that Jane's newest chemotherapy treatment has been unsuccessful. We have come to the point in Jane's care where the medical experts believe all options to cure Jane of this nasty bully, otherwise known as Leukemia, have been exhausted."
So now Jil just wants to make sure her daughter gets her wish: to meet Big Time Rush.
A campaign has unveiled some alarming new facts about the mindset of a typical girl in the United States.
Ch-ch-check out the video (above) that shows how 80% of 10 year-old American girls say they have been on a diet
A 7-year-old Idaho cancer patient got more then he wished for at a motorcycle rally for him this weekend.
Hundreds of bikers gathered around last Saturday to make Wesley Johnson's wish to ride in a motorcycle rally a reality.
The hopeful day took a sharp left turn, however, when
Today is Rihanna's special day and she received lots of love on Twitter.
Chris Brown showed his love with his tweet: "HAPPY BIRTHDAY ROBYN!"
Using her real name? That's definitely a super exciting (and personal) birthday wish!!!
RiRi retweeted her thanks to Breezy too.
We also wished the fab princess a happy b-day and we got a response too!
Lily Allen sings like a bird - and now she walks like one too!!
Earlier today the knocked-up pop star tweeted:
“I feel like a penguin, not the chocolate covered biscuity kind, but an actual penguin that waddles … now can’t stop thinking about chocolatey penguins doh!”
LOL!! Poor Lily!
The Brit is starting to feel the effects of pregnancy as she enters her third trimester. Bet she wishes her hubby could carry their baby like male penguins carry the egg.
Hang in there Lil! In a few months you'll be back to walking like a person — a person with baby spittle all over their clothes — but a person all the same!
P.S. CLICK HERE to "follow" Perez on Twitter!
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We're so sad this boy is losing his mother, but are happy that she got her dying wish when she watched her youngest son graduate high school with his entire class…from her hospital bed.
Blake Vilett and his entire graduating class at Parsons Christian Academy in Florida, put on their cap and gowns at the hospital so Mary Vilett, a mother losing her battle with lung cancer, could watch her son get his high school diploma.
The family and students gathered at her bedside for nearly two hours to not only celebrate her son's graduation, but her dying wish.
"She deserved it more than me because she's the one that made it happen," her graduating son said.
The dying mother fortunately witnessed another adolescent milestone for her son when she saw him wear his first tux before heading off to his senior prom.
We wish the Vilett family the best as they deal with Mary's tragic circumstance, but are so glad they were still able to find joy despite the sadness of losing a loved one.