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Pink stops show as pregnant fan goes into LABOR at her concert in Australia: ‘You’re gonna do great!’

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Grammy-winning singer Pink briefly stopped her concert to share some sweet words of encouragement to a fan, who went into labor, during her latest show in Australia.

After seeing a pregnant woman getting wheeled out of her concert by a medic, the  So What hitmaker, 44, paused halfway through her performance of Our Song to see what was going on.

Once she discovered that the concertgoer was experiencing contractions, the mom-of-two (born Alecia Beth Moore) excitedly tried to find out the baby-to-be’s gender. 

‘Is it Alicia or Alex being born? she asked, referencing her birth name, from the stage. 

Grammy-winning singer Pink briefly stopped her concert to share some sweet words of encouragement to a fan, who went into labor during her latest show in Australia (pictured last year)

Grammy-winning singer Pink briefly stopped her concert to share some sweet words of encouragement to a fan, who went into labor during her latest show in Australia (pictured last year)

Pink, who admitted that she didn’t feel they should ‘be looking’ anymore, urged the crowd to give the woman some ‘privacy.’ 

‘Wow, Our Song, that was the one that did it. Wouldn’t have called that one! I thought it would’ve been Get The Party Started or ‘Never Not Gonna Dance Again,’ she said. 

The performer went on to sweetly congratulate the laboring mom. 

‘That’s exciting. I don’t even know what to say. But we have to sing now. Good luck! It’s gonna be great! You’re gonna do great,’ she shouted. 

In August, at her concert at Fenway Park in Boston, Massachusetts, a fan, named  Angela Mercer, went into labor and later welcomed a son.

Mercer, who was 31-weeks pregnant at the time, traveled all the way from Albany, New York, with family members to attend Pink’s Summer Carnival Tour stop in Boston, according to a lengthy statement, released on August 9th by Brigham and Women’s Hospital on its Facebook page

The post also included pictures of Mercer, her newborn son Aycen Hart, and the relatives who went to the concert and hospital with her.

The new mom attended the show with her mother Barbara and her sister-in-law Amy. The hospital’s statement also noted that the trip to see Pink perform in Boston also doubled as a ‘girls trip, [to celebrate] Barbara’s birthday.’

After seeing a pregnant woman getting wheeled out of her concert by a medic, the So What hitmaker, 44, paused halfway through her performance of Our Song to see what was going on; seen in October 2023

After seeing a pregnant woman getting wheeled out of her concert by a medic, the So What hitmaker, 44, paused halfway through her performance of Our Song to see what was going on; seen in October 2023

Once she discovered that the concertgoer was experiencing contractions, the mom-of-two (born Alecia Beth Moore) excitedly tried to find out the baby-to-be's gender

Once she discovered that the concertgoer was experiencing contractions, the mom-of-two (born Alecia Beth Moore) excitedly tried to find out the baby-to-be’s gender

'That's exciting. I don't even know what to say. But we have to sing now. Good luck! It's gonna be great! You're gonna do great,' she told the fan

‘That’s exciting. I don’t even know what to say. But we have to sing now. Good luck! It’s gonna be great! You’re gonna do great,’ she told the fan

Unfortunately, the trio didn’t get to enjoy and see much of the concert as shortly after it commenced, Angela, according to Brigham and Women’s Hospital’s statement, ‘started having contractions.’

After consulting with her doctors over the phone, Angela, along with her mother and sister-in-law, immediately departed from Fenway Park (the home baseball arena of the MLB team The Boston Red Sox) to go to the hospital.

However, the trio were unable to get a ride to the hospital due to all of the crazy traffic surrounding Fenway Park for the ‘So What’ singer’s concert.

In August, at her concert at Fenway Park in Boston, Massachusetts, a fan, named Angela Mercer, went into labor and later welcomed a son

In August, at her concert at Fenway Park in Boston, Massachusetts, a fan, named Angela Mercer, went into labor and later welcomed a son 

Mercer, who was 31-weeks pregnant at the time, traveled all the way from Albany, New York, with family members to attend Pink's Summer Carnival Tour stop in Boston, according to a lengthy statement, released on August 9th by Brigham and Women's Hospital on its Facebook page

Mercer, who was 31-weeks pregnant at the time, traveled all the way from Albany, New York, with family members to attend Pink’s Summer Carnival Tour stop in Boston, according to a lengthy statement, released on August 9th by Brigham and Women’s Hospital on its Facebook page

‘[Angela] and her family decided the fastest way to get to Brigham and Women’s was to walk – and so, decked out in their concert outfits, they made the trek to [Brigham and Women’s hospital] where Angela later delivered her son in the Brigham’s NICU,’ the hospital’s statement on Facebook stated. 

In the hospital’s lengthy Facebook post announcing the news of the arrival of the singer’s newest fan, Angela expressed her and her family’s appreciation for Brigham and Women’s Hospital for their help after she went to labor early.

‘My husband Ace and I are so incredibly grateful to the exceptional team at Brigham and Women’s Hospital! The medical, case management, and social work staff guided us confidently with their knowledge and expertise, all while being personable, empathetic, and engaging,’ Angela expressed.

The hospital concluded its statement by sharing that the newborn’s arrival on July 31st came on a special day for Angela’s family as, ‘Aycen was born right on his grandma Barbara’s [Angela’s mom] birthday, and while the family didn’t get to enjoy the concert, they say they received the greatest gift of all – a healthy baby boy.’ 

Pink and husband Carey Hart, 48 have two children together: 12-year-old daughter Willow and six-year-old son Jameson. 

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