Jana Kramer Makes a Wish Come True

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The holidays are a time to spread love and cheer, and Jana Kramer took spreading the joy to a new level yesterday. Jana, her husband, and her multi-instrumentalist visited Amber Slatton with the help of the Make-A-Wish Foundation of East Tennessee, bringing the sweet girl music to her hospital room.

Forming an obvious bond with the beautiful fighter, Jana posted on her social media accounts several times about her day with Amber, even reminding the young girl not to break a secret “pinky swear” the two have.

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Watch the video below of Jana singing to and with Amber, and make sure you head over to Jana’s Facebook page to let her know what you thought of her documented visit to see her new friend. Jana, we appreciate you not only taking time out of a busy season to bring joy to this precious girl, but we thank you kindly for sharing your time with her on social media to remind everybody of the true reason for the season.

We also sang some Christmas songs! @amber_slatton favorite was jingle bells so that’s what we sang! @kurtozan251 #makeawishfoundation

Posted by Jana Kramer on Saturday, December 12, 2015

Playing @amber_slatton favorite song for her yesterday. Love her! She was singing along to the whole song.

Posted by Jana Kramer on Saturday, December 12, 2015

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