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John Barrowman Live Streams From Hospital


John Barrowman (Arrow, Torchwood, Doctor Who) is well known for having great fun with his celebrity status and sometimes giving fans a little too much information. well, last night he went further than most celebrities would ever dream of.

John had to have his appendix removed last night and decided to live Facebook Video the experience for his fans. Now whether this decision was taken to calm any worries his fans had, to provide himself with some fun whilst bored in the hospital, or it maybe it was simply an action caused by all the wonderful drugs he was on at the time?

Whatever the thinking behind the idea to facebook live we are glad he made it. This is a genuine moment of a well-loved celebrity with his family. Whilst not in any immediate danger there is always a fear when you or a loved one is going into theatre and it seems that John’s legions of fans really helped calm him and his family. Even cuter is the way that John talks to his fans in his American accent yet seamlessly slips into his broad Scottish accent when talking to his mother. It shows a genuine side to a man millions admire that we rarely get to see with celebrities.

My favourite moment of the videos is when he explains how Smileys and Hearts work on FaceBook videos and you can see the honest reaction of his mother as she realises that people around the world are thinking about her little boy. This is one of the wonderful moments of the internet where we get to witness just how amazing and fantastic the world can be when technology meets the human spirit. Well done internet, you guys did well.
Check out the before and after videos below

Well it's coming out!!

Posted by John Barrowman MBE on Monday, July 24, 2017

Posted by John Barrowman MBE on Monday, July 24, 2017

In my room.

Posted by John Barrowman MBE on Monday, July 24, 2017

Everyone at clubit wishes John a speedy recovery from his surgery and we look forward to seeing him on our screens again soon.