P!nk Stops Concert To Comfort Fan Who Recently Lost Her Mum
P!nk interrupted her Brisbane show on Tuesday night to comfort a grieving teen who had recently lost her mum.
Leah Murphy, 14, had bought tickets to see the 'Just Like A Pill' singer in Sydney with her mum Debbie, but the show was cancelled when P!nk was hospitalised earlier this month.
Sadly, Debbie passed away last month, but Leah decided to attend the singer's Brisbane date on Tuesday with her auntie, Katrina.
During the show, Leah held up a sign, which read: "My name is Leah - I'm 14 years old. I lost my beautiful Mom last month. I would LOVE a hug...Please!"
When P!nk spotted Leah's sign, she read it out loud and walked down to the barrier to comfort the teen.
The 38-year-old singer signed Leah's arm and posed for selfies with her after giving her a hug and telling her 'it will all be okay'.
Leah told Yahoo: 'I was crying a lot and P!nk said, "Oh don't cry, you look so pretty. Everything's going to be okay.
"She was really nice. She's really sweet."
Leah also added that her mum was a huge P!nk fan.
"We used to sing [her songs] always together and dance around the house," she explained.
Leah's aunt, Katrina, has praised P!nk for acknowledging her niece and has said that she hasn't stopped smiling since.
Katrina told ABC: "I just whispered in her ear, 'You're going to get your hug, sweetheart. We're going to get you the hug'.
"We ended up at the front row and P!nk just held her for ... it felt like 20 seconds.
"And Leah's only 14, she's a teeny-tiny little thing and she just sobbed uncontrollably in her arms.
"P!nk was just so genuine, she said, 'hey, don't cry, everything's going to be okay'.
"P!nk took a selfie with her, signed her arm in marker, and then hopped back on the stage and said, 'everyone call your mum'.
"I haven't seen her smile so much since. Her dad said he woke up feeling happy today, happier than he has been in a long time."
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