Prostate Cancer Survivor Rod Stewart, 75, Raises an Amazing $35,000 for Charity Simply by Offering to ‘Chat About Football’

Published Dec 10, 2020

Prostate Cancer Survivor Rod Stewart, 75, Raises an Amazing $35,000 for Charity Simply by Offering to ‘Chat About Football’

Rod Stewart is meeting with a fan at the Ritz in London who bid over $35,000 to talk with the British music legend; the money raised is going to a UK cancer charity. Stewart is a survivor of prostate cancer after being diagnosed in 2016.

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