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Jonas Brothers Surprises Fan in Hospital Before Concert

Lily Jordan, a 16-year-old and a huge fan of Jonas Brothers was unable to attend the boy band’s performance at Hershey, PY as she was admitted in the Penn Stated children’s hospital for chemotherapy treatment.

Lily posted in Instagram stating her sadness over not being able to attend the concert and playfully invited the Jonas Bros to her hospital room.

“I was supposed to be at your Hershey concert tomorrow but instead I’m across the street doing chemo. If y’all wanted to pop in, I’ll give you my room number,” wrote Lily on Instagram.

The Instagram post went viral until it reached the members of the boy band. The Jo Bros were flooded with requests through social media to pay Lily a visit.

“Our good friend Lily is fighting for her life in Hershey tonight, and so badly wanted to see the Jonas Brothers tomorrow night at Hershey Park, but can’t because of her urgent treatment. If there is anyway for them to visit her, we are lifting up her hopes and our prayers for help,” wrote Pennsylvania Rep. Scott Perry in a Facebook post.

In response to Lily’s post and volumes of request from people through social media, the Jonas Brothers stopped by Lily’s hospital before they went for the concert.

Their visit boosted Lily up. “Wow. The power of social media, you guys. YOU did this. YOU made my crappy chemo session into something incredibly special and unforgettable. Literally made my life,” Lily wrote on Instagram.

Jonas Brothers and Priyanka Chopra SURPRISE a fan who missed their concert due to chemotherapy

In a sweet gesture, Jonas Brothers made a surprise visit to a hospital to see a fan who could not attend their concert due to her chemotheraphy session. Nick, Joe, and Kevin, as well as Priyanka Chopra Jonas, visited teenage fan Lily Jordan, who was undergoing chemotherapy.

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