Justin Bieber Visits Sick Kids In Atlanta
Justin Bieber has been keeping himself busy since he and Selena Gomez broke up, and one of his favorite past times is visiting sick kids. So he decided to make a stop at the Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta with the help of Ryan Seacrest’s The Voice Foundation. During the stop Justin talked, signed autographs and posed for photos with the kids making their day brighter and better. He was all smiles and stayed hushed about the visit himself for the most part, but Ryan released a tweet thanking the kind singer for taking time out to make the trip for a quick meet & greet with the fans. Here is the tweet that he wrote regarding Justin’s visit.
The excitement at @childrensatl today can’t be put into words & it’s all bc of @justinbieber. So, THANK YOU, Justin! Ur visit was so special.
I find it interesting that he helped out Ryan’s charity that was helped to kick off with Bieber’s ex. I would think that he would want to cut all ties, but I suppose his heart is just too big. I am hoping that we get to see more of these kind of trips during his tour since he seems to enjoy seeing fans. I think that is part of the reason why he is so loved and even liked by people, he has always been one caring celebrity. How many of us can name stars who have made visits to children’s hospitals or sick fans as often as they can? Not many, which it has worked in his favor for the most part since it has put him in a category all on his own. So another round of kudos go to him for this visit again.
How do you feel about this news with Justin Beiver? I am glad that he made the trip and made sure to make some fans smile. That is special and will likely be a highlight for so many including some parents. I think that is an important lesson for so many stars to learn and know that they can really make some people’s dreams come true. If we could just bottle some of Justin’s compassion and give it to a large sum of stars, I think this world could be a whole lot better than it is right now.
article source-Teen InfoNet