A ticket to a Justin Bieber concert is often worth way more than its price tag. To give up a pair of tickets, might be a cardinal sin to some "beliebers."
"My mom told me that it's good to give back and pay it forward," said Destiney Chitrodom. "So, I thought since I've seen Justin two times, I thought it would be good to let another kid experience what I've experienced."
So, Chitrodom called up Children's Hospital and Medical Center in Omaha. Hospital staff then called Erin Koesters and her daughter, Emily.
On Wednesday night, they met each other for the first time. Chitrodom gave her tickets to Emily.
"It was really exciting because she had a huge smile on her face and I knew that I made her happy," said Chitrodom.
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