acordding to @oceanup 7,690 people cried when they listened to "SKYSCRAPER" by Demi Lovato. I read some people saying that they didn't get why Lovatics cried... I can tell you, that the first time i heard the song, i cried. A LOT. And when i saw all the comments on twitter, i cried too. and i'm pretty sure i'm gonna when i watch the music video. You wanna know why? Because last year, i saw the girl i admire the most, going to a treatment centre.. She was there for three months. I didn't get the chance to see her, because she didn't come to my country with the Jonas on the tour. Everyone thought she will never recover. But i believed in Demi. I knew she was coming back stronger than ever. And did. And the song get the #1 on iTunes. I think i cried, because i knew my idol, my role model was officially back. And this is going to be her year. I'm really proud of you Demi.
Natalie McDonald, who appears on page 159 of Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire, was a real person. She was a nine-year-old girl from Toronto, Canada, who was dying of leukaemia. She wrote to JK Rowling asking what was going to happen in the next Harry Potter book as she would not live long enough to read it. The kindly author emailed back, but Natalie had died a day earlier. In tribute, she became a first-year student at Hogwarts named by the Sorting Hat in Gryffindor - the house for the brave at heart - in the fourth book.