Giuliana Rancic


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.

Adrienne, Fab-U-Wish

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."

Sarah Addison, Fab-U-Wish

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."

Adrienne, Fab-U-Wish

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 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!

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