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Gay Men's Chorus Spread the Love at North Carolina Mall

Gay Men's Chorus Spread the Love at North Carolina Mall

"We're just out spreading a little bit of happiness and joy," said the chorus director. 

The Gay Men’s Chorus of Charlotte, North Carolina spent their Sunday serenading shoppers at a local mall to spread happiness and kindness. 

The group was taking part in a grassroots social media campaign, #KindnessMatters, which encourages people to perform and share their random acts of kindness. 

"It's been a bad couple of weeks," John Quillin, the director of the chorus told People. "We're just out spreading a little bit of happiness and joy." 

As the chorus searched for people in need of song, they came across Clarise Baker, and performed Bruno Mars’ “Just the Way You Are” for her. 

"It was so nice, I almost cried," Baker told People. "It was just beautiful." 

Baker’s friend, Chi, also loved the performance. "It made me feel warm. I kept on smiling. It just made me smile and one smile makes everyone's day better,” she told People.

A clip from the performance can be seen below: 

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