A video of hospital staff performing ballet for a five-year-old kid battling cancer has gone viral. Netizens love the adorable clip.
In case you need some cheering up today, we have a video that would surely bring a smile to your face. The clip that we are talking about shows hospital staff performing a ballet routine for their young cancer patient. It is the most heartwarming thing you will see today.
HOSPITAL STAFF PERFORMS BALLET FOR CANCER PATIENT
The video that we are talking about was shared on Facebook by Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust, and it shows two staff members of the hospital performing a ballet routine while wearing tutus. They performed for a little kid who was undergoing cancer treatment there.
The video begins with the two doctors, wearing colourful tutus, entering the room. They start their performance amid Izzy’s joyous laughter after seeing the two do ballet. At one point, she even shows them how to do a pirouette on one leg, which the two also attempt.
The hospital shared the video with the caption, “When Ballet-mad Izzy came into our Children’s Clinic for her cancer treatment on Friday, two of the team surprised her with a very special routine. Huge thanks to Baylon and Emma for the lovely surprise, and well done Izzy for *literally* keeping them on their toes (sic).”
The kid, named Isobel Fletcher, is a five-year-old girl and the medical staff are Dr Baylon Kamalarajan and colleague Emma Mander, according to the Daily Mail.
After the clip was shared, it instantly went viral, and netizens loved the adorable moment. The video managed to garner more than 2,300 likes and several comments.