The Big Bang Theory cast did something amazing for a young Irish boy diagnosed with terminal cancer
"Magic can be real and this is proof!"
The cast members of The Big Bang Theory sent a very special message to a young Irish boy diagnosed with terminal cancer.
The little boy was diagnosed with Diffuse Inartistic Pontine Glioma (DIPG), a rare and aggressive brain tumour that, sadly, has no known cure.
For the last year, his parents have been making sure they make each and every day as special possible for him.
As the four-year-old is a huge fan of The Big Bang Theory, his mum decided to reach out to his favourite cast member - Melissa Rauch, who plays Bernadette.
She explained on Instagram that they asked her for an autograph, and the actress offered to send them a video message for Oscar - and got the rest of The Big Bang Theory cast to help with the special message.
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Yavanna shared the video of the shout-out on Instagram, where she said that Oscar was "over the moon".
"Oscar has some new friends!! We’re all crying with happiness.
"Thank you SO much to the incredible @themelissarauchwho saw our message last week explaining that Oscar was obsessed with @bigbangtheory_cbs and absolutely in love with her character Bernadette.
"We asked for an autograph, she kindly offered to do a video and even took the time to read our blog post.
"She’s such an incredible person and sent us THREE videos including this one with all the cast!
"They’re all incredible and Oscar is OVER THE MOON!!! Magic can be real and this is proof!"