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Get ready for a kick right in the feels.

Jeremiah Succar, a 7-year-old patient at Children's Hospital Los Angeles, has stage-four atypical rhabdoid teratoid, an aggressive tumor that occurs in the brain and spinal cord.

He loves Rachel Platten's 'Fight Song,' and sings it when he goes through treatments. When his parents found out about this, they knew they had to get the singer to come visit him.

"Jeremiah loves "Fight Song"—he memorized the lyrics after three or four times of listening to it," says Jerry Succar, Jeremiah's father. "He used to sing it when he got a lot of headaches, but now he sings it in the morning, before bed and during shots he has to get."

His parents sprung into action on Instagram using the hashtag #RachelMeetJeremiah.

Rachel got word of the movement, paid Jeremiah a visit and recorded these beautiful videos. Way to go, Rachel!

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Taylor Swift has dragged out many, many, many special guests during her 1989 World Tour, but few, if any have inspired this much 1990s nostalgia.

Introducing her as Phoebe Buffey, Taylor Swift brought Lisa Kudrow up in front of the screaming stadium for a quiet and intimate rendition of Kudrow's song Smelly Cat from this little show you might have heard of called Friends.

Heres a wider, much stabler video:



If you're unfamiliar with Smelly Cat because maybe you were born in the 90s and too young to bask in the ultra-caucasian glow of Friends, you can watch the original here:



And we will now open bets as to who will join Swift on stage yet. Norm from Cheers? Garfield the cat? George W. Bush's twin daughters? The Count from Sesame Street? That crazy astronaut who wore a diaper to confront the rival for her love?



Who knows!

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While her "Frozen" co-star Kristen Bell is taking a more modern approach to Christmas songs, Idina Menzel is sticking with the classics - albeit one of the more controversial classics.

Watch them sing through the mouths of young children - for some reason - in a version of the song that also cuts out the alcohol references and some of the predatory innuendo from the original.

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