Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson has made Grandma Grover’s birthday a special one, for the third year in a row!
The Hollywood star who sent his long-time fan a video of himself singing for her 100th birthday in 2019 and some bottles of his Teremana Tequila for her 101st birthday last year, has sent her another special video message to mark her 102nd trip around the sun:
When she turned 100, I started singing Happy Birthday to Grandma Grover. Today she’s 102 years old 🎂 🎉 and this has become one of myFAVORITE things to do. And she sang back to me!! 🎶☺️
I wish I still had my grandma, but I do have her! Enjoy your birthday! ❤️
Love, your Rock 💪🏾 pic.twitter.com/BgmcAYaQCO
— Dwayne Johnson (@TheRock) October 3, 2021
“Alright, this is a very special video, that goes out to a very, very special lady. This is one of the most special videos I will do all year. Probably one of the most special videos I will do in my entire life time!” he says in the clip.
“This special lady turns 102 years old. So with all the love and mana that I have, it’s my pleasure to say this,” The Rock continues, before breaking out into a sweet rendition of “Happy Birthday.”
“You are a fighter and you are so strong and you are so beautiful. Happy birthday Grandma!” he ends the video before blowing her a bunch of kisses.
And the love fest doesn’t end there.
Towards the end of the video, Grandma Grover begins to sing “a bushel and a peck” back to him.
The superstar was first introduced to Marie Grover in 2019 through a tweet from Jamie Klingler, who requested a birthday message for her best friend’s mum.
“She will lose her mind,” she wrote, explaining how Grandma Grover loves to wear a sweater with The Rock’s face on it and always talks about how handsome he is!
The Rock ended up sending her a video of himself singing happy birthday:
Love seeing this. Happy 100th Grandma Grover! I’m honored you’re a fan and grateful you were born! Much love, Rock.
(wish my grandma was still around, but stuff like this is always the best part of fame) #phillystrong 💝 https://t.co/EvuKAbuULT
— Dwayne Johnson (@TheRock) October 2, 2019
(Feature Image Credit: @therock/Twitter)