Battling a rare form of cancer, Avalanna Routh scored the most coveted Valentine’s Day date in the world this year.
Affectionately known as “Mrs. Bieber’’ by her famous “husband,’’ the 6-year-old Boston girl got to spend the day in New York with Justin Bieber on Monday after an online campaign and a report by NBC Boston affiliate WHDH caught the eye of the pop star. He flew Routh and her family to Manhattan for a special date.
Justin Bieber knows how to make things happen (it is his world, after all).
The charitable singer answered the tweeted plea of a fan with action, after the Belieber asked the “Baby” crooner to spread the word about organ and blood donation to his Twitter followers.
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Helene Campbell, who tweeted Bieber from the handle @alungstory last week, wrote, “Hey @justinbieber! I BELIEB you should use that Canadian voice of yours and help save lives like mine #beanorgandonor beadonor.ca #giveblood”.
Bieber quickly followed suit, responding to the young woman (who is awaiting a lung transplant herself), “i got the word….you have amazing strength. i got u. #BeAnOrganDonor.”
And that wasn’t all.
The Biebs followed that with “help spread the word for @alungstory http://www.alungstory.ca/ #BeAnOrganDonor” and “and @alungstory NEVER SAY NEVER”.
After Campbell thanked the pop singer for making such a “huge impact” with his tweet, Bieber responded, “glad to be able to help. best part of what i do.”
Canadian pop sensation Justin Bieber is helping his hometown of Stratford, Ontario raise money to rebuild a local skateboarding park.
Prompted by his grandmother, the Canadian pop idol over Christmas autographed a new sports car in Stratford, Ontario to be auctioned off on eBay from this Friday.
A red 2012 Hyundai Genesis Coupe 2.0 that Bieber autographed over the Christmas holidays while visiting his family in Canada will go on sale on eBay this Friday.
The fund-raiser followed Bieber’s grandmother recently buying a new car at the Hyundai dealership in Stratford.
And that got dealership owner Frank Sandola asking if her grandson could autograph a donated car that could then be auctioned off to help a local charity.
Beiber earlier raised $10,000 for a hometown food bank, Stratford House of Blessing, where he and his mother at one time would go when they couldn’t manage a proper Christmas meal.
So the pop idol agreed to get behind the Stratford Hyundai’s fund-raiser to improve the local skateboard and BMX bike park built in 2000.
On December 23, the local dealership was papered over and Bieber slipped in to sign the new car’s dashboard, complete with music notes.
The public auction for the new car is set to start January 20, and run for 10 days.