Katy Perry might have released the most self-motivating track to date with “Roar” and one of her Katykats has taken the message to heart to be brave and tackle anything in your way.
The Make-A-Wish Foundation recently gave a little girl the chance to cover the song, but not just record the audio; she got the opportunity to make her own music video for it. Five-year-old Addy suffers from stage VI cancer and her fantasy was to be come a pop star for a day. The foundation, which help children suffering from cancer fulfill their dreams, gave Addy her wish and for one shinning day, she was a pop star and embodied the message of the song.
With crazy, obsessive My Chemical Romance fans slowly pushing one of the members of the band away from them, it makes the ten-year anniversary of their sophomore album Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge a little bittersweet.
Instead of mourning the loss of their favorite band any longer, members of the MCRmy, My Chemical Romance’s fan base, in the United Kingdom are taking this anniversary to heart and have decided to do something to celebrate the event.
Members of the U.K. fan club have sent out a call to all fans who would like to meet up at London’s Camden Barfly on June 7th. The meet up will double as a charity event, raising funds for the Make A Wish Foundation with actual merchandise from band members.
One of the things to be happening during the event will be a pre-release signing of a new My Chemical Romance book, “The True Lives of My Chemical Romance: An Insightful Biography.” The book was written by Kerrang! writer Tom Bryant who will be signing advance copies of his book, two weeks before its scheduled release.
Former members Frank Iero and Ray Toro are in support of the event as well. Iero sent in an item to be raffled off while Toro had promoted the meet-up online.
Kerrang! has also added something to the raffle though they are not sponsoring the event. When the band won their last K! award, frontman Gerard Way accepted the award with a little drawing of two ghosts. That drawing will be another raffle object with all proceeds going to Make a Wish.