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Kelly Clarkson promises to visit hospital after cancer patients make 'Stronger' music video

Hitmaker Kelly Clarkson was overwhelmed after seeing a video made to her single 'Stronger (What Doesn't Kill You)' by a 22-year-old suffering from cancer.

Chris Rumble, who is fighting Leukaemia at Seattle Children's Hospital, teamed up with doctors and fellow patients in the haematology and oncology unit at over the weekend and made a touching music video for Clarkson's popular track.

The songstress has promised to visit those involved in the clip after it was uploaded to YouTube and went viral, attracting over 600,000 views in just 4 days. Upon seeing it, she tweeted:

"Oh my goodness y'all have to see this! It's beautiful! I can't wait to visit these kids and nurses! It's Seattle Children's Hospital, I believe. God Bless y'all!"

One of Rumble's nurses, Brittany Skinner, spoke to America's Today show about the clip and explained that "it gave them something to shine through, I guess. Like the song said, 'What doesn't kill you makes you stronger.'"




Watch the video in full below: