Transcript for Chris Pratt Dons 'Guardians' Garb, Visits Children's Hospital
Let's do it and begin with the inter galactic action hero when is a real-life hero. Chris Pratt dressed in his cost towel star lord from "Guardians of the galaxy." He paid a surprise visit, he said he would do it and did to a children's hospital in los Angeles on Wednesday. First the kids got to see the movie then Pratt steps out from behind a door surprising them. The kids scream with delight. He spent more than three hours with them handing out toys, posing for selfies, signing autographs. Letting the kids try on his gear. Afterwards the hospital tweeted, thanks for making them smile. That means very, very, very much. Feel good Friday continues now with this, one woman's act of kindness, she stopped at Starbucks at a drive-through in St. Petersburg Florida and says, you know what, I want to pay for the person behind me then that then was so touched they did the same to the next person and so on. And so on and so on. In the end, 457 people paid it forward in a chain of kindness that lasted for 11 hours. I have chills. That is such a great story. Sometimes people do that in the toll booth too. They'll pay for the person behind. I mean but that long. For 11 hours. You pay, it's $4 or maybe $12 for your cup of coffee but makes such a difference in the person's day. They were all driving 80 because they're all jacked up.
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