Keith Urban is in need of our prayers.

Following his sighting by excited photographers at Sydney Airport last night, there’s a higher likelihood than ever that Keith Urban will attend the annual Toowoomba “It’s A Bloke Thing” luncheon. Every year, the luncheon is hosted in Toowoomba.

Keith Urban’s arrival at Wellcamp Airport at midday, his performance for the roughly 500 attendees who had paid to be a part of this incredibly special event, and his appearance on stage for the annual Prostate Cancer Awareness/Fundraiser event confirmed the report.

Urban has a particular place in his heart for the battle against prostate cancer and is devoted to it. Along with his grandfather and a few other family members, Robert, his father, passed away from cancer in December 2015. He couldn’t make his father’s illness go away.

The country music superstar, who is now on his Graffiti-U World Tour, has raised millions of dollars for prostate cancer awareness and research in just seven short years. He found the time to come to Australia and participate in the function. despite the fact that he is now on his Graffiti-U World Tour, which is taking him across the nation. even though he is currently taking his concerts on a national tour.

The It’s a Bloke Thing Foundation was able to raise around $1.53 million in 2017, which made it one of the most successful daytime fundraising events in Australia, thanks to the kind donations of the community. Among the biggest lunchtime fundraising initiatives ever is this one.

Thanks to Keith’s selfless donation of his time, the lunchtime fundraising event he assisted with raised an incredible $2,024,000.00. Keith deserves a lot of recognition.

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