Miley Cyrus moved to tears as a terminally ill little girl sings to her from hospital bed

Miley Cyrus and her boyfriend Liam Hemsworth recently visited Rady Children’s Hospital in San Diego, California, to surprise some terminally ill kids. But the celebrity couple was themselves surprised when they met with a young cancer patient who stumped them with her beautiful performance.

Emotional: Miley Cyrus was brought to tears by young cancer patient Julia Davidson on Thursday at Rady Children's Hospital in San Diego, California

The 8 years old Julia Davidson is suffering from neuroblastoma- a type of cancer. She sang  “Rainbow Connection,” Kermit the Frog’s wistful hit from 1979’s “The Muppet Movie.”

Special kid: The child, who is battling an aggressive form of child cancer Neuroblastoma, sang Rainbow Connection for the pop star and her fiance Liam Hemsworth

After listening to the soulful performance of the little terminally ill kid, Miley was left with tears in her eyes.  “You made me cry because it was so beautiful! Do you know how important it is to make people cry when you sing?” Cyrus told Julia, wiping away tears.

'You made me cry because it was so beautiful!' Miley exclaimed after the performance

“If I was in my ‘Voice’ chair right now, I would have turned around for you. For sure!” Julia was diagnosed with cancer that affects the adrenal glands around two years ago. For her treatment, she was to visit the hospital monthly.

'Do you know how important it is to make people cry when you sing? That's very special,' the hitmaker explained; 'If I was in my Voice chair right now, I would have turned around for you. For sure!' she admitted

When Liam and Miley were visiting Julia was at the hospital with her father for the treatment. The hospital had asked Miley and her foundation The Happy Hippie Foundation, which offers support for homeless and LGBT youth, to come pay the children a surprise visit.

Super girl: Miley lit up the faces of the young patients at the hospital with her infectious smile

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