Sometimes, dreams do come true—with a little help from Giuliana Rancic.
The E! News anchor and breast cancer survivor teamed up with national nonprofit Bright Pink for the Fab-U-WishTM initiative, which provides women undergoing treatment for breast and ovarian cancer a chance to live out their dreams.
E! News captured the moment as real-life-genie Giuliana surprised Adrienne Toth and Sarah Addison with the news they will be traveling to Chicago for a well-deserved weekend of R&R.
The latest winners of Fab-U-WishTM will finally meet in person after months of emails, tweets and phone calls as the strong-willed twosome supported each other as they both underwent cancer treatment while expecting their first children.
Over a three-way video chat, the pair had the opportunity to bond with G over their shared experiences of breast cancer diagnoses and the blissful welcoming of healthy babies.
"Sarah and Adrienne have been through unimaginable circumstances at such a young age yet they still manage to be each other's support system without ever having met in person," the Fashion Police host said in a statement. "I feel incredibly honored to be the one to bring them face-to-face for the first time and can't wait for these two lovely young women to experience a fabulous weekend with me in Chicago."
Rancic teamed up with Bright Pink founder and CEO Lindsay Avner to launch Fab-U-WishTM after publicly battling breast cancer, with hopes of providing other women an opportunity for their own "fab therapy."
"I'm grateful to be where I am today – a new mother, feeling strong and healthy and in a position to help other women now going through what I did," Rancic said. "Along with my friend Lindsay Avner and the team at Bright Pink, I hope to pay it forward and become a "fairy godmother" to other women by establishing Fab-U-WishTM. I sure know firsthand that a little bit of fabulous can go a long way to keep you feeling bright during some of the darkest days."
Women who are currently undergoing treatment for breast and ovarian cancer (or who have within the past 12 months) can apply for a chance to make their wish come true at FabUWish.org. Simply submit a 150-word essay and an optional two-minute video explaining how fulfilling your "fab therapy" dream could make your life better and brighter during treatment.
E! serves as the official media partner of Fab-U-Wish™.
Be sure to tune into E! News tonight at 7:00 and 11:30 p.m. to watch how G surprised the fabulous winners!