Just days before her death, Erin Catterton received the gift of a lifetime when Hunter Hayes sent along a video to her where he played one of her favorite songs, “Invisible.”
Hunter heard about Catterton via her brother, Robert, who reached out to Hunter Hayes’ camp and asked if he could send a video, which he did, filmed from his hotel room in Los Angeles.
The young woman, who was 22 when she passed away, had battled cancer much of her life. She was diagnosed with a brain tumor when she was just 4 years old and only learned of cancer in her uterus a few weeks before she passed away.
"Erin's happiest moments were spent every day by her mother and father's sides enjoying anything from small shopping trips to vacations in Nashville and Savannah," her obituary continued.
Hayes' rep told ABC News that Erin and her entire family got to watch the video before she passed.