Gal Gadot surprises a superhero group of front-line heroes

Four healthcare workers at the Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit, Michigan got a huge surprise this morning when Gal Gadot personally thanked them for helping patients fight the novel coronavirus.


The Good Morning America segment, "Tell T.J." has been surprising healthcare workers with video calls from their favorite stars such as Katy Perry, Luke Bryan, Lionel Richie and Anthony Anderson. Now, Gal Gadot is joining in on the fun.

At the hospital, healthcare worker Erin Cavanagh inspires her entire staff to dress up in their PPE as superheroes to bring joy and help their patients find the positives. Erin believes they could get through anything, especially this pandemic.

Superheros At Henry Ford Hospital 

Michelle Poole, Rena Laliberte, Beth Gonzalez, and Cavanagh were interviewed by GMA's T.J. Holmes. When Holmes asked, "Why did you want to go with Wonder Woman?" Cavanagh said:

"Wonder Woman believes in people. She believes in love. She saves people when people can't save themselves. She's the strongest chick I know."

After Holmes chatted with the frontline workers there were tears of joy as Gadot popped-up to surprise Cavanagh and her colleagues. Gadot sent virtual hugs and praised each of the women for all of the long hours and hard work they have been doing at the hospital.

Check out the heart-warming and sweet message for yourself and be sure to check out Wonder Woman 1984 when it hits theaters on August 14, 2020.

Wonder Woman 1984

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