Keith Urban is in need of prayers.

Keith Urban’s appearance at the annual “It’s A Bloke Thing” luncheon in Toowoomba is looking more possible than ever after being seen by waiting photographers at Sydney Airport yesterday night. Each year, the luncheon is held in Toowoomba.

The report was confirmed when Keith Urban arrived at Wellcamp Airport at midday, ascended the stage at the perennially popular Prostate Cancer Awareness/Fundraiser event, and played for an audience of around 500 guests who had paid to attend this very unique occasion.

Urban is extremely enthusiastic about and holds a particular place in his heart for the battle against prostate cancer. In December 2015, his father, Robert, succumbed to the cancer, joining his grandparents and numerous other family members. He was unable to heal his father’s condition.

The country megastar, who is now playing the United States as part of his Graffiti-U World Tour, made time to return to Australia to take part in a fundraiser that has collected millions of dollars for prostate cancer research and awareness in only seven years. Despite the fact that he is now on his Graffiti-U World Tour, touring throughout the United States. Despite the fact that he is now performing all across America.

This event is one of Australia’s most successful daytime fundraising events, having earned about $1.53 million for the It’s a Bloke Thing Foundation in 2017 thanks to generous community contributions. This is one of the largest noon fundraising drives ever.

Keith’s lunchtime fundraising event collected a whopping $2,024,000.00 since he offered his time and did not charge anything. Keith deserves a great deal of praise.