When patients and staff at Seattle Children's Hospital decided to make their own version of Kelly Clarkson's 'Stronger', they might have hoped it would go viral.
After all, these kids deserve to be in the limelight.
According to MSNBC, the video was made by 22-year-old Chris Rumble of Kent, Washington, to repay his teammates on the Wenatchee Wild hockey team, who had sent him a video when they learned of his illness.
“It was kind of like a party ... It wasn't a typical day at all," Rumble told MSNBC, who spent the day filming fellow patients, doctors and nurses, before editing it on Saturday night, and uploading the film the following morning.
Following his recent diagnosis, doctors said they are confident Rumble (who appears in the video bald, singing and wearing an orange T-shirt) can beat his leukemia with several rounds of chemotherapy, KOMO News reports.
The Washington native plans to attend Canisius College in Buffalo, N.Y., on a hockey scholarship, reports The Huffington Post.
According to MSNBC, Singer Kelly Clarkson gushed her approval of the video on Twitter, stating on her @Kelly_Clarkson Twitter account - "Oh my goodness y'all have to see this! It's beautiful! I can't wait to visit these kids and nurses!"