After the football and the turkey, tune in Kaleidoscope on Thanksgiving. C3 is part of the show!
Featuring cancer survivors Dorothy Hamill, Scott Hamilton, and Olivia Newton-John, Kaleidoscope focuses on women and cancer, raising awareness of how cancer affects women and providing strength to triumph over it.
Taped before an audience almost entirely of cancer survivors, Kaleidoscope will air at 4 p.m. EST, Thursday, November 26, Thanksgiving Day on FOX.
Watch for the more than 200 C3 cancer survivors and their families who were at the taping in the Verizon Center.
Dorothy Hamill, a breast cancer survivor, skates to music sung by Olivia Newton-John, another survivor.
Newton-John and David Foster will sing Hope is Always Here, a song written by children with cancer as part of the Purple Songs Can Fly project.
Others stars include Grammy-winner David Foster, Olympic ice-skating champions Kristi Yamaguchi and Nancy Kerrigan, and children from Purple Songs Can Fly.
Performing for Kaleidoscope, Scott Hamilton is back on television ice, skating for the first time since his diagnosis with testicular cancer and treatment for a brain tumor. He talks about his cancer, being back skating, and Kaleidoscope with Good Day New York:
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