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His goal was $200,000; he would match the first $100,000. By the next day, he had reached $1 million."You feel helpless seeing water rush down streets that I drive down every day. ' " Watt told Michael Strahan on "Good Morning America." Everyone he loved was in Houston, he said in a video he posted that night.His girlfriend, Dash soccer star Kealia Ohai, rode out the storm in West University, where she lives with her sister, Megan Cushing, and her brother-in-law, Texans linebacker Brian Cushing.On the show, Kim infamously married Kris Humphries and left him 72 days later.She is now married to rapper Kanye West and has two children with a third on the way.

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His goal was $200,000; he would match the first $100,000. By the next day, he had reached $1 million."You feel helpless seeing water rush down streets that I drive down every day. ' " Watt told Michael Strahan on "Good Morning America." Everyone he loved was in Houston, he said in a video he posted that night.

His girlfriend, Dash soccer star Kealia Ohai, rode out the storm in West University, where she lives with her sister, Megan Cushing, and her brother-in-law, Texans linebacker Brian Cushing.

On the show, Kim infamously married Kris Humphries and left him 72 days later.

million."You feel helpless seeing water rush down streets that I drive down every day. ' " Watt told Michael Strahan on "Good Morning America." Everyone he loved was in Houston, he said in a video he posted that night.

His girlfriend, Dash soccer star Kealia Ohai, rode out the storm in West University, where she lives with her sister, Megan Cushing, and her brother-in-law, Texans linebacker Brian Cushing.

On the show, Kim infamously married Kris Humphries and left him 72 days later.

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He took to Twitter with a video plea to his 4 million followers for any donation, big or small, to help with Houston's relief effort.