WATCH: Devon Still reunites with daughter - Cincinnati News, Weather, Sports from FOX19 NOW-WXIX

All the fame has went to her head ?? now all of a sudden she doesn't do layovers she a direct flight type of kid ????

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WATCH: Devon Still reunites with daughter

Leah Still runs to greet her dad after touching down at CVG Wednesday night (FOX19/Dave Smith) Leah Still runs to greet her dad after touching down at CVG Wednesday night (FOX19/Dave Smith)
CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -

Devon Still's daughter Leah arrived in the Tri-State Wednesday night, just in time for her dad's big game against the Cleveland Browns.

Leah Still, 4, was out of town while being treated for stage 4 neuroblastoma at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.

But she will be in Cincinnati Thursday, as the Bengals take on the Browns. This will be Leah's first game of the season.

Still posted a video on Instagram of Leah on the plane Wednesday. She was heard saying: "Daddy, I'm on the plane..we have to go another plane because this plane doesn't go all the way to Cincinnati." He captioned the post: "All the fame has went to her head. Now all of the sudden she doesn't do layovers she a direct flight type of kid."

During the game, the team will present a check for more than $1 million to Cincinnati Children's Hospital for cancer treatment and research.

The Milwaukee Brewers announced this week that they are adding $1000 to that and they are encouraging their fans to do the same.

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