"Breaking Bad's" Aaron Paul is keeping his fingers crossed as his charity campaign to win a trip to the finale screening of the greatest show moves towards the end. If things go well, then he will accompany two lucky winners to the screening.
Paul's wife Lauren Parsekian runs an anti-bullying non-profit organisation, "The Kind Campaign." He is supporting her by raising money through Omaze.com. People who donate money through the website have the chance to win a trip for two to the screening at the Hollywood Forever Cemetry, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Paul is also raising awareness about the contest via Twitter and is expecting to reach $1.5 million.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Paul and the organisers' expectation was about $7,50,000 but with almost $1.5 million, their expectations have exceeded the limit. On Wednesday night, Paul tweeted that if the contest raises $1.5 million, he will add an additional winner who will get a trip for two.
The awesome thing is that the winner will be personally picked up by Paul at LAX and accompany him and Bryan Cranston in the famous RV from the show. Moreover, the ten third place winners will get exclusive signed hazmat suits and gas masks.
"I don't know what else we can do to make that night more incredible for us. Maybe I can be the godfather of your children or possibly travel back in time to save Jane's life," Paul said in a video to appeal for charity. "I cannot begin to tell you how incredibly grateful I am," he continued.
Aaron Paul's tweet on Sept. 26 reads, "We are at 1.43 million for @kindcampaign! Love you all!! Added more trips to LA for finale. Let's do this!! http://www.omaze.com/BreakingBad"
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