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Gogglebox fans have praised Tom Malone after sharing a hospital snap with fans.
His partner and fellow Gogglebox cast member Julie Malone took to Instagram to share the Channel 4 star donating blood, captioning the image: “@givebloodnhs #plateletsdonation Tom doing his bit for poorly people! Give blood! X.”
Fans have since taken to the comments section to praise Tom for his selfless act, with one fan of the show writing: “Well done Tom.”
“Well done Tom! I wish I was still allowed to donate,” said another.
“Good lad,” said another.
A different onlooker added: “You Malones just keep getting better I didn't think it was possible, lovely family.”
Others invited the reality star to know about their own personal experiences surrounding blood donation.
“Thank you, it’s people like you that saved my son's life. He's had cancer twice and has had at least 33 blood and platelet transfusions, so thank you to you and all those other people,” another explained.
“Wonderful! I had 4 transfusions last year during a miscarriage and remember how grateful I felt to the donors,” another admitted. “It's an amazing thing to do,” said someone else.
Someone else said: “Well done Tom! I gave my 22nd donation last month! It’s a wonderful thing to be able to do if you can! Fab pic!”
“That is absolutely amazing. Well done. A family member needed plasma recently following a treatment to save Kidneys transplanted,” a different follower penned.
“Well done Tom. I’m booked in for my 30th donation next week,” another donor commented.
Elsewhere on Gogglebox, Ellie Warner has broken her silence following her boyfriend’s accident.
Her partner Nat was hospitalised for life-threatening injuries following a car accident in Halton, Leeds in March.
Nat endured a broken neck and a punctured lung and was initially placed on life-support following the accident, which occurred on 18th March 2022.
She has now urged family and friends to help her raise money for Headway, the brain injury association.
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