A number of stars have been reaching out to ill fans recently.

Earlier this week, Lady Gaga offered some advice to a young cancer patient who contacted her through LittleMonsters.com.

“You will get through this, we will all get through it with you,” she wrote. “I know many people who have survived through breast cancer… lung cancer… skin cancer… you must be brave and think positively. Eat healthy, clean, work out everyday if you can at least 20-30 minutes and visualize your health. It will make you strong. Your mind and spirit can do anything. No alcohol ok? It’s poison. We love you. I will say goddess prayers.”

Another star reaching out to a young cancer patient was Gisele Bundchen, who visited blogger Karina Xavier. Karina blogs about fashion and makeup at ChicByKarina.com.

“From the moment you surprised me, until the moment you left, I was so shocked for you being here with me,” wrote Karina. “You are a great person and you will continue inspiring me.”

“You are warrior, an inspiration of positivity and courage,” said Bundchen on Instagram. “I will be praying for you. Sending you love and light always,”

And Make-A-Wish New Zealand made a young girl’s dream come true when she met Taylor Swift at a concert in Auckland.

11-year-old Grace Yeats is one of only 13 people worldwide diagnosed with a rare form of severe basal ganglia necrosis – a condition that has left her unable to walk, talk or swallow.

Find out more about Grace here.

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