Katy Perry's "Roar" has truly taken the world by storm and been heard in commercials, at sporting events, in movies, and done in lip-sync videos for anything and by everyone. On Oct. 23, 2013, People revealed what may be the best and most touching one yet.
The children and staff at Children's Hospital at Dartmouth-Hitchcock (CHaD) in New Hampshire got together and lip-synced the popular song in a heart-warming and awesome video.
Many have used the song as inspiration for winning a football game or carrying forward in some sort of distress or life-changing event. These kids did the video to show that they are pushing forward and fighting for life, and they've got friends and family to help them do it.
The whole video was shot in just one day and there are so many that came together to help make the video.
Included in the CHaD video are nurses, doctors, administrators, support staff, friends, family members, and most of the kids who were "feeling well enough to get out of bed and dance."
On YouTube, the video has already been shared more than 700,000 times.
All funds raised through the sharing of the video are going to benefit the CHaD Hero Half Marathon and so far, they have already raised an amazing $650,000.
Even if you think the song has been played too much and has run its course already; please just give it at least one more listen to hear and watch these amazing children "ROAR!"