50 Loved Ones Surprise Terminally Ill Friend With Smile-Inducing Flash Mob


Sometimes, you just need to smile.

In the video below, 50 friends and family from five states come together to bust out some moves for a woman named Amy, who’s been battling ovarian cancer since October 2012.

“Amy has been an indelible force in the lives of so many people; as we all bare witness to her pain, I wanted to find a way to remind her how surrounded she is by support,” the video’s description reads.

Watch Amy’s reaction below. This kind of love is too strong to ignore.

h/t World Lifestyle


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