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SHINee Featured on Grammy Meeting with Terminally ill Fan, Donika Sterling

By Staff Writer | June 24, 2012 03:57 PM EDT

SHINee Featured on Grammy Meeting with Terminally ill Fan, Donika Sterling
SHINee Featured on Grammy Meeting with Terminally ill Fan, Donika Sterling (Photo : Grammy)

SHINee's touching story was introduced on the prestigious Grammy Music Awards in the U.S. following Big Bang and Wonder Girls.

The photo on the homepage was with Donika Sterling, 15-year old American girl suffering from incurable muscle contraction disease visiting SM Entertainment to meet with K-Pop stars in Korea.

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Donika Sterling made her way to the media as she expressed her dream of visiting Korea as she listened to K-Pop fighting against her illness. A Canadian businessman hearing her situation gladly decided to support Donkia's visit to Korea.

Grammy Music Awards homepage included an explanation of the photo stating, "It's a dream come true for 15-year-old Donika Sterling, who meets members of Korean pop band SHINee on June 20 in Seoul, South Korea."

It seems K-Pop is truly expanding worldwide as Grammy Awards has already featured Big Bang and Wonder Girls this year. Especially Big Bang made their second appearance this month while Wonder Girls' made their first appearance and now SHINee becoming the third K-Pop group.

Photo: Grammy.com

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