On Monday (March 5), I Am the Night star Chris Pine kicked off Children’s Hospital Los Angeles’ 4th Annual Make March Matter campaign – a month-long initiative where over 100 businesses rally community participation to raise $1 million in the month of March to support children’s health in Los Angeles and surrounding communities.
Chris made heartfelt remarks saying “There’s nothing more human than caring for our children. To see hope on a child’s face is just about the most beautiful thing in the world.” He then joined on-stage adorable Kairi Ramirez, an 11-year-old CHLA patient with a chronic kidney disease who is currently waiting for a kidney and liver transplant.
With nearly a decade of friendship stemming from their love of Country music and the Grand Ole Opry, frequent guest Carly Pearce and member Jeannie Seely now share another special occasion – celebrating their inclusion into the Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum’s new exhibit, American Currents: The Music of 2018.
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It is truly a dream come true to be featured in the newest exhibit at the Country Music Hall of Fame. It’s even more special that my dress from my Opry debut & the boots that my parents spent way too much money on as an incentive for me to keep dreaming that one day I’d step into the circle are what’s featured. Thank you to my dear friend & mentor, Jeannie Seely, for completely surprising me with a sneak peek last week of the exhibit. I love country music more than anything in the world and cant believe this is real. ❤️ Thank you to the Country Music Hall of Fame for this. 😭 y’all go check it out now! #pinchme #bucketlist
Both generations had a first look when Jeannie recently surprised Carly ahead of its official opening March 8, 2019 through February 8, 2020, where the two admired their personal memorabilia on display.