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Jimmy Kimmel Cries Real Tears As 7-Year-Old Max Helps Kids Fight Cancer

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Slade Sohmer

By Slade Sohmer on February 27, 2014

Jimmy Kimmel pulls off so many devilish pranks and seamless hoaxes that you’d think he might be dead inside. But on Wednesday night’s episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live, the eponymous host introduced us to the students at Arroyo Elementary School in Tustin, California, who have been working to make the longest Rainbow Loom chain in the world, all for a good cause.

These awesome kids are holding a Loom-A-Thon to create awareness for “The Max Love Project,” which helps kids fight cancer, in honor of their seven-year-old classmate Max who is battling cancer himself. What makes this clip so special is not only Kimmel’s Don Cherry-esque Suit of the Loom, but his genuine fight to choke back tears as he finishes the segment. Awww.

Man, who is chopping all these damn onions around here.

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