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Khloe Kardashian Wishes THON Dancers “Good Luck”

With THON Weekend commencing in just a few hours, a certain high-profile reality star dropped an encouraging message to this year’s 710 dancers on her website.

Khloe Kardashian, who has been an ardent THON backer in the past, had the following message to offer to her “THON dolls”:

Happy THON weekend my loves!!!!! I just wanted to take a moment to wish you all luck as you begin one of the most incredible yet challenging weekend of your lives as you dance for a cure against pediatric cancer. 46 hours without sitting or sleeping?! I’m not sure I could do it! I am so inspired by your hard work and devotion to the Four Diamonds kids and their families. What you do for them is truly incredible, and because of people like you, I know we will find a cure someday. Thank you for everything you do!

Follow @THONwardState for comprehensive coverage over the duration of the weekend.

 

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