While the internet has many positive applications, it also has some negative ones, as Brad Paisley and his wife know all too well. A simple email (via Yahoo!) in 2013 duped the West Virginia-born country artist and his wife, the “Nashville” actress Kimberly Williams-Paisley.
A son, William Huckleberry “Huck,” was born to the couple in 2007, and two years later, Jasper Warren Paisley joined the family. Initiating the hoax was an email from someone pretending to be a parent, in this case, a mother whose small daughter was dying of neuroblastoma.
It’s easy to see how someone may fall for such a prank; as Paisley told ABC News, “You can’t possibly be kidding me. Is there any way that’s not real?” This is the reality about what happened, though; the whole thing was a hoax.
Is There a Wife for Brad Paisley?
Kimberly Williams and Brad Paisley have been married since 2003. They laugh at her acting talents in the entertainment world, but she’s famous for other reasons, too. She has written books as well.
Their amazing kids, William Huckleberry Paisley and Jasper Paisley are the results of their union. They’ve settled in Music City, Nashville, Tennessee.
William was born in February 2007, and Jasper followed in April of 2009. However, celebrity parents have been surprisingly tight-lipped about their children.
Update on Brad Paisley’s Cancer Fight; News of an Operation
According to Celeb Incident, a doctor told the magazine two months ago that Brad Paisley only had six months to live because of his cancer. The fact that he must spend time at the hospital despite his distaste for it prevents him from avoiding it at all costs.
Additionally, he is claimed to be in deteriorating condition due to terminal stomach cancer and other serious illnesses in his body. His wife said he started getting bloated and uncomfortable after meals.
However, when his condition rapidly deteriorated, he had no choice but to seek medical attention. Intense discomfort caused him to vomit blood, and an ambulance had to be called to take him away.
For the time being, he ignored the health warning sign, writing it off as a minor digestive issue. Doctors say his low immunity is due to his casual approach to health care and obsession with his job.
The results indicate that no other organs have been impacted and that surgical intervention can alleviate his condition. By doing so, he believed that young people would prioritize their health over doing household tasks.
St. Jude and Paisley: A Long and Happy Relationship
In January 2018, Paisley received the Randy Owen Angels Among Us Award, bestowed by St. Jude. To those who have “made extraordinary and enduring contributions to the hospital via their humanitarian spirit and distinctive devotion,” the hospital is presenting an award.
Paisley has been a staunch advocate for St. Jude for a long time. One of Those Lives” was released in 2011 and was written about the center’s patients and their families.
In addition to funding the construction of the Brad Paisley Lodge, a family gathering area, Paisley gave to St. Jude Target House, a long-term lodging option for families living at St. Jude for more than 90 days.
Amy Grant Is “Glad for Every Day” Despite Persistent Memory Problems
Amy Grant told the Washington Post that she had no recollection of either the event itself or her time spent in the hospital after it. Since then, her first recollection is a hazy one: Gill, her husband, and their friends and relatives visiting her at home.
Grant’s memory problems were so serious that she had to relearn the names of several of her close friends and relatives. In response to medical advice, she has reduced her time spent in front of screens and begun keeping a notebook in which she records her reflections on life.
“Every once in a while, I’ll be talking to somebody and they’ll say something that I assume I used to know, and I’ll gasp and scream, ‘Are you kidding me?!’ ” she told People. But I’ll tell you what: I count my blessings every day.