Australian actor Sam Johnson was left speechless after supposedly reaching his goal of $10 million for cancer research.
Almost two years after his sister, Connie Johnson, sadly passed away from the disease, the 41-year-old is continuing the Love Your Sister campaign that they began together.
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The Dancing With The Stars winner posted a cryptic message on the Facebook page for Love Your Sister last night:
"sorry for my silence gotta get it through my head first back soon i promise
Followers of the page believe Sam was overwhelmed by the news that he finally reached his goal and have since flooded the post with comments offering their support and congratulations.
"If it’s true and you’ve reached it..... then you are allowed to feel pride. You are amazing!" wrote one person.
"Have you done it Sam? My gut feeling says that’s it ... and the reality may be overwhelming ...Either way we are here ... waiting for you. Take your time. Sending you much love & strength xxxx" wrote another.
Recently, Sam shared that Love Your Sister was almost at its goal.
"Day #80, sitting just shy of $9.9M, and I'm exactly where I should be. We stand at the precipice of our collective promise to raise $10M for cancer research, and we're doing it in exactly the manner Connie would have expected. On the ground. Face to face. With all the love," he wrote in a Facebook post.
The Aussie star also attached a photo of himself speaking to an elderly couple in what appeared to be a waiting room.
"We're pretty much there, dearly beloved villagers. It's been seven years, and you've nearly done it. Expect an announcement soon," he continued, insinuating that the $10 million goal was just around the corner.
Recently, Sam shared that Love Your Sister was almost at its goal, along with a photo of himself speaking to an elderly couple in what appeared to be a waiting room.
According to WHO, Sam famously quit acting in order to raise money for Love Your Sister.
The siblings devoted themselves to raising money for cancer research after Connie received her terminal diagnosis in 2010.
Before her death in 2017, Sam's sister was awarded a Medal of the Order of Australia for her service to those with breast cancer.