Ed Sheeran is talented and adorable, and who WOULDN'T want to spend an evening with him regardless of the circumstances??
It could be a hostage situation and we would STILL not turn it down! LOLz!
Luckily, this isn't! The Grammy winner has teamed up with Prizeo to raise nearly $100K for LA-based cancer-education organization FCancer, thanks in huge part to his social-media fan base. That amount only took him a WEEK!
What he's doing is urging his followers and fans to donate as little as $3 to his campaign HERE, and then he'll be rewarding one lucky fan with a dinner with him at one of his favorite restaurants in London, LA or New York!
If you don't live there already, he'll fly you in and even put you up in a hotel!
He has a little bit of a battle ahead of him if he's to beat One Direction's Harry Styles and Liam Payne's recent record of nearly $800K for UK youth-cancer org Trekstock.
If non of this info has sold you on helping out — and we'd be worried if it didn't — check out the video (above) to hear Ed himself ask you kindly!
Who doesn’t love BatKid?!?
After seeing what this AH-mazing kid got to do on Friday, past and future Batmen spoke up about how much they love Miles, a child with leukemia who had San Francisco turned into Gotham City for him last Friday.
The future Bruce Wayne, Ben Affleck, was quick to tweet and said:
What a courageous story!!!
Carson Daly is one of the TODAY correspondents who's participating in their #InspiredBy series where they reveal touching stories about the people whose courage has inspired them.
After his mom Pattie Daly Caruso endured the heartbreak of losing her husband to bladder cancer when Carson was a young child, she also has more recently suffered from breast cancer during the late '90s when Carson was a host on MTV's TRL.
Carson opened up on the show, revealing what happened on that particularly hard day:
Kelly Clarkson is going through one of the toughest times a pet owner can go through… the loss of a beloved dog.
Her miniature labradoodle Joplin has passed away after battling cancer.
Kelly broke the news to her fans at
Just a few days ago we told you guys the incredible story about how GMA's Amy Robach had a life saving cancer diagnosis after getting a mammogram on live TV.
It was caught early, but Amy made the brave and right decision to have a double bilateral mastectomy anyway — and she quickly went under the knife! Luckily, we have her husband, Andrew Shue, to give us an update on how she's doing.
Here's what the Melrose Place star said:
Talk about a dream come true!
When a five-year-old boy with leukemia named Miles was asked to make a wish - the little one needed no time to think of an answer.
His wish was to become BatKid, and so the Make-A-Wish Foundation asked the citizens of San Francisco to help them make this amazing little guy's dreams a reality.
And boy did they respond!
Today, the entire city of San Francisco transformed into a crime ridden Gotham City, and Mayor Ed Lee knows only one kid for the case — BatKid!!!
Here are some of the activities the city has planned for BatKid to tackle:
Thank goodness for TV anchors and their on-air health screenings! Sure, we laughed at Matt Lauer and Al Roker when they got embarrassing prostate exams on live television, but let's face it, they can save a life!!!
For example, Good Morning America correspondent Amy Robach participated in an on-air mammogram screening last month, and we are SO GLAD she did, because she's been diagnosed with cancer.
She talked about how she was hesitant to get the exam, but she said: