(NEW YORK) — Do you think Robin Williams deserves one last standing ovation? You can help deliver it Monday at 4 p.m. ET.
A Facebook campaign is urging people to get on their feet Monday in one final tribute to the late actor and comedian, who died a week ago in an apparent suicide.
Asking for “one last curtain call for a man who made our life a little better one laugh at a time,” the organizers of the unofficial event urge people in San Francisco — near where Williams lived — and nationwide to participate in a “one-minute standing ovation,” adding, “Make it the loudest…ever!”
“C’MON USA LETS HEAR IT,” say the organizers. “If you’re in your car, honk that horn!”
Participants are also asked to wear red.
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