Huge Dublin fan gets special message from The Big Bang Theory cast

by Rachel Darcy

A young Dublin fan of The Big Bang Theory has had a special surprise this week, as the cast of the show recorded a special video message to him.

Little Oscar was diagnosed with terminal brain cancer in Dublin 2018, with his mum, blogger Yavanna, saying the young boy is ‘obsessed’ with the show.

This led to her reaching out to Melissa Rauch, who plays Bernadette on the show, to ask for an autograph for Oscar. The actress went one better, and got a video from the whole main cast of the show for the 4 year old.

On Instagram, Yavanna said: “Oscar has some new friends! Thank you so much to the incredible [Melissa Rauch] who saw our message last week explaining that Oscar was obsessed with The Big Bang Theory and absolutely in love with her character Bernadette.

“She’s such an incredible person and sent us THREE videos including this one with all the cast! They’re all incredible and Oscar is over the moon!”

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Oscar has some new friends!! 🥰🥰 We’re all crying with happiness 😭❤️ Thank you SO much to the incredible @themelissarauch who saw our message last week explaining that Oscar was obsessed with @bigbangtheory_cbs and absolutely in love with her character Bernadette. We asked for an autograph, she kindly offered to do a video and even took the time to read our blog post. She’s such an incredible person and sent us THREE videos including this one with all the cast! They’re all incredible and Oscar is OVER THE MOON!!! Magic can be real and this is proof!! ❤️❤️🥰🥰 Thank you @themelissarauch @kaleycuoco @sanctionedjohnnygalecki @therealjimparsons @missmayim @kunalkarmanayyar 💛

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Little Oscar’s parents have spent the year since his diagnosis trying to give him the best life possible, including trips to Disneyland, an appearance on the Late Late Toy Show, and an appeal for birthday cards which saw Oscar receive thousands of cards from people across the globe.

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