Hollywood’s elite turned out Friday to work the phones and support the telethon Stand Up to Cancer, and RadarOnline.com was there.
The one-hour telethon was nationally broadcast on all four major networks.
Several celebs had messages for recently diagnosed Michael Douglas, who just went public about his own battle with stage 4 throat cancer.
“I want to wish him the best of luck. I’ve never even met the man but he had such a big influence on my career as an actor,” Scrubs’ star Donald Faison told RadarOnline.com exclusively. “He’s in my thoughts.”
Douglas, 65, was diagnosed after doctors found a tumor on the back of his tongue.
The Oscar-winning actor took part in the telethon from NYC, where he is currently undergoing chemotherapy.
“I pray for him,” Private Practice star Tim Daly told RadarOnline.com. “I only hope he finds a way to get through it.”
Actor Ray Liotta told RadarOnline.com that while he wishes Douglas the best in his fight against throat cancer.
“It makes it a little more public when a celebrity has it [cancer],” Liotta said. “But there are millions and millions of people besides Michael who are suffering as well.”