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A Florida woman viral video, in which, in the spirit of Christmas and forced her to hug a stranger on an English station, and landed her on the Ellen DeGeneres couch.
By Mary Katherine Backstrom, one of which, the video has now been viewed over 78 million times, and has appeared on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” on Tuesday for a recap of the most popular recording of themselves, laughing uncontrollably, in an English car, after the accident, a cuddle, a man who thought cleaning the car windscreen.
A FLORIDA WOMAN IS HILARIOUS “SHARES” EMBARRASSING ” MOMENT AT THE DISTRIBUTION OF ‘CHRISTMAS MAGIC’ IN ENGLISH-GAS STATION
After the acquisition of a wife, and a ginger ale to spread some holiday cheer, Backstrom was under the impression that the guy is probably cleaning her windshield, it was a sign of “Christmas magic.” If it turns out to be, after the embrace of the man she realized that he was actually cleaning his own windshield.
The 35-year-old blogger filmed the episode in Los Angeles on Monday and was surprised with a $20,000 check for her “incredible, selfless acts of kindness, which with the help of a waitress to repair the car and donate a kidney to her brother,” the Fort Myers News-Press reports.
By Mary Katherine Backstrom was surprised by Ellen DeGeneres with a $20,000 check. (Photo: The Ellen Show/YouTube)
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“You know, I’m kind of a black-out, to be honest with you!” Backstrom said that the appearance is in the television broadcasting. “There were a lot of laughs and giggles, and I told her that I loved her very much.”
She added, “It’s something that I will never forget it. She has always been one of my heroes.”
Backstrom said she wasn’t sure what she and her husband would spend the money on it, but suggested they might pay for a portion of their student loans. However, they are likely to continue in the spirit of giving, of living life with a random act of kindness.”
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“We don’t feel like it’s this magical pot of money,” she said, “and we have to do something special with it. We just haven’t figured out what yet.”