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Kevin Hart surprises All In Challenge winner: 'You're gonna be a star'

por Marion Pederson (2020-06-08)


Kevin Hart was among the star-studded list of celebrities who signed-on to take part in the All In Challenge, a massive fundraiser to help feed Americans affected by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

And on Thursday, nearly two weeks after Hart's auction ended, the comedian surprised the winner of his auction with a walk-on role in his next movie.   

Winner Henry Law was equally excited to learn of the news. What's more, 유로247 it turns out Law is an anesthesiologist who's been on the frontlines of the COVID-19 battle. 


















COVID-19 crisis auction: Kevin Hart surprised Henry Law, the winner of his All In Challenge auction, during a conference call


What's more: Law's from Philadelphia and he's a big Philadelphia 76'ers fan, just like Hart. 

'Henry, you will be in my next movie. Let me repeat, you will be in my next movie,' an enthusiastic Hart said when he jumped into the call.

'I'm so excited man. I'm so excited to meet you,' an equally excited Law said.






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'I don't know if you heard: I live in Cherry Hill, New Jersey. My home city is Philadelphia. I go to Sixers games and see you at the courtside seats.'

Hart, 40, shared that he was happy to deliver the good news that benefits such a good cause.

'I'm a man of my word and that I'm about to make you a star, ooooh,' the comedian yelled into the camera in his trademark delivery






Making a difference: Hart, 40, offered a walk-on role, with a speaking line, in his next movie for his All In Challenge auction







Hero: It turns out Henry Law is an anesthesiologist who's been on the frontline of the COVID-19 pandemic in Philadelphia 














From the driver's seat in his car, Hart proceeded to roll off many of the perks Law will get to enjoy with his role that includes an actual speaking line in the movie, as well as a trailer, car service and five-star hotel.

During the friendly exchange, Hart said he could be the next Lenny Bruce, Denzel Washington or Macaulay Culkin.

'I'd love to be the next Ken Jeong,' he shot back with excitement and laughter, which would fall more in line with Law's back-story. Jeong actually made the transition from being a medical doctor to comedian/actor in the 1990s, which resulted in him landing parts in hit films such as Knocked Up and The Hangover. 

Hart went on to thank Law for participating in the All In Challenge. 

'Look this makes us friends. I can't wait,' Hart said with his infectious smile still beaming. 






Inspiration: During their enthusiastic exchange, Law said he'd  'love to be the next Ken Jeong,' in reference to the actor/comedian who made the transition from medical doctor to acting 







Relief effort: Hart is among the many celebrities who signed-on to the All In Challenge that's raising money to help feed Americans affected by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic


Along with his participation in the All In Challenge, Hart also donated $1 million towards the coronavirus relief effort.

Contestants in the All In Challenge can donate as little as $10 to earn a chance to win one of the fan experiences that are being offered by an array of celebrities.

Basically, the more money you donate, the better chance you have to win. The donations and experiences are available at the website: allinchallenge.com. 

100% of the money raised through this game/auction will go directly to Feeding America, Meals On Wheels, World Central Kitchen and No Kid Hungry. 






Huge heart: Hart also donated $1 million to the COVID-19 relief effort



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