Imagine Dragons’ Dan Reynolds Sings To Teen Cancer Patient

Frontman of “Imagine Dragons” Dan Reynolds recently honored a teen who is battling cancer by performing one of their biggest singles.

Dan serenaded 16-year-old cancer victim Zoe Sunder with a special song while they were both at a comedy show in Hollywood over the weekend.

Zoe’s mother Leslie tells us that on Friday night, her family leased up a lounge area at the Bourbon Room on Hollywood Boulevard to celebrate Zoe finishing eight months of chemotherapy for stage 4 metastatic bone cancer.

When Dan heard about their celebration when comedian Anthony Jeselnik called out Zoe during his show, he rushed up to her group and sang “Whatever It Takes.”

After Imagine Dragons superfan Tyler Robinson went suddenly at age 16 from a rare form of cancer, Dan assisted in starting the Tyler Robinson Foundation. The foundation offers support to families whose children are battling cancer.

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