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NFL quarterback, hip-hop stars visit children’s hospital to spread some joy

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SEATTLE - Tuesdays are extra special at Seattle Children's Hospital.  Patients and family members raise the Seattle Seahawks' 12th Man flag and Blue Tuesday is born- a day dedicated to bringing happiness to sick kids. 

Every Tuesday NFL quarterback Russell Wilson and his wife meet with the patients, but this Tuesday he brought along some extra help; his buddies, hip-hop sensation Macklemore and Ryan Lewis joined him.  They made a surprise Blue Tuesday visit- making the bluest day of the week one of the happiest.

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