Australian singer Delta Goodrem dramatically stopped a sold out concert to rush to the aid of a fan who fainted in the crowd.
The woman collapsed as Delta performed at the Qudos Bank Arena in Sydney as part of her Wings of the Wild tour on Friday.
When she was told of the emergency, Delta rushed from the stage and darted through the crowd to comfort the woman.
‘I’m sorry, I can’t help myself. I’m like a mother hen… I can’t concentrate… Is she all right?’ she asked her fans as she returned to the stage, according to The Fix.
The woman was taken away in a stretcher before Delta confirmed that all was well.
‘Good news, our friend is OK backstage,’ she told the arena.
Fans took to social media to applaud the Born to Try singer’s compassionate response.
‘Delta Goodrem going to a fan who had fainted in the crowd was honestly so beautiful,’ one said.
‘Such a caring and compassionate woman.’
Delta also spoke of the night via Twitter: ‘In Sydney with my Tribe. We sang, we danced, we laughed, we cried…. what a night, tour baby!’
Delta’s new album Wings of the Wild flew to the top of the ARIA charts when it was released in July.
The multi-platinum artist has sold 8million records worldwide with four No. 1 albums, nine No.1 singles, 17 top 10 hits, 14 ARIA Awards, a Silver Logie Award and three World Music Awards.
The singer-songwriter’s Wings of the Wild Tour wraps up in Brisbane on November 11.
Article written by | Max Margan
Date | 29/October/2016
Media | Daily Mail UK