Cancer patients at Seattle Children’s Hospital made a lip dub video of the Kelly Clarkson song Stronger. (Source: Seattle Children's Hospital/YouTube)
Singer Kelly Clarkson responded via YouTube video to the children from the Seattle Children's Hospital who made a lip dub video of her song 'Stronger.' (Source: YouTube)
(RNN) - Warning: this video is not safe for work.
Not because it is vulgar, profane or explicit in nature. No, this video isn't safe for work because you will be bawling at your desk within seconds.
Cancer patients, as well as doctors and nurses, at Seattle Children's Hospital made a lip dub video of the Kelly Clarkson song Stronger.
A lip dup video is a combination of lip synching and audio dubbing to make a music video and is commonly, but not always, done in one take.
If after watching this you don't want to either hug these kids or get off the couch and add meaning to your life, something is wrong with you.
Reaction to the video has been so strong online that Kelly Clarkson responded to the patients with a short video response – even remarking that she didn't want to say too much because she had her performance makeup on and didn't want to cry.
"It's so beautiful and so meaningful. Thank you so much for sharing it with us," Clarkson said. "I can't wait to meet you."
A 22-year-old patient, Chris Rumble, of Kent, WA, had the idea for the lip dub so he could share the video with his hockey team.
"I'm everyone's big brother and I have a lot of friends here at Seattle Children's," Rumble said on the hospital's blog, On the Pulse. "I wanted to make a video to send back to my team and I thought what better way to do it then with the kids on my floor."
Rumble was diagnosed with leukemia in April, according to the blog.
The video is part of the creative arts program for cancer patients called Not Now and was filmed by Seattle University film students.
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