Jennifer Aniston Cries As Young Girl Begs For Help At Christmas
Jennifer Aniston gave a helping hand with one giveaway in particular - and the heartfelt moment reduced her to tears.
Viewer Elyse Kimball had sent a video to The Ellen Show pleading for a way to help her father, single-parent Jeff, who recently lost his job.
Jeff has been looking after Elyse and her sister Lexi since his wife died when Elyse was just three.
As the emotional footage played to the studio audience, the 50-year-old actress was visibly teary, even being given a tissue from the host to wipe away her tears.
"He has given all he has got for our family of three. He doesn't deserve this," said the young girl.
"He's all I got. He is my life. He is what gets me through the good and the bad. For once, I want to give something to him. I want him to get something he deserves, and I can't do this without help."
Elyse and her family were sat in the studio audience, and shocked when their video began playing.
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They were later invited up to the stage, where Jeff spoke about losing his wife Amy to cancer.
He revealed that her used Ellen DeGeneres' character, Dory, and her phrase 'Just keep swimming' to encourage his wife during her cancer battle.
Ellen revealed that while they were on the show, their home had been undergoing a Christmas revamp with decorations, lights, and multiple gifts under a Christmas tree.
Jennifer then gifted the shocked family a hanging Eiffel Tower tree ornament. After explaining Amy had always wanted their family to go to Paris before she passed away.
As a further surprise, Jen An and Ellen revealed the family were headed to Paris, as well as Rome, London and Greece for a month-long tour of Europe.
Like that wasn't enough, later in the show, the family partook in a game with the actress in which they had to lip read phrases.
At the end they learnt they were each being gifted $50,000 each to help them.
If that doesn't bring you Christmas joy, we don't know what will.
Featured Image Credit: Ellen Show/NBC
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