• Pink’s concert in Sydney, Australia was interrupted because a pregnant fan went into labor
• This is the second time in six months that Pink’s concert has been interrupted by a fan going into labor
• The first time a fan went into labor at Pink’s concert was on July 31 at a show in Boston
Here is what happened:
Pink had to pause her show in Sydney on Feb. 9 to announce that one of her fans had gone into labor in the middle of the mosh pit during her performance of “Our Song.” She stopped to ask the crowd, “Is it Alecia or Alex being born right now?” The singer then congratulated the mother-to-be after she was wheeled out by medics and expressed her surprise at the concert-goer’s timing. This isn’t the first time Pink has had to pause her show due to a fan going into labor; it also happened at her July 31 show at Fenway Park in Boston. On that occasion, Angela Mercer went into labor at the start of the show and later delivered her son in the hospital.
Following her concert, Pink took to Instagram to acknowledge the exciting turn of events, writing, “We helped bring a baby into the world.” The singer was given another reason to celebrate with her fans; this event comes two years after her debut album release. For more incredible moments from her concerts, keep reading.
Pink’s Summer Carnival Tour has brought a surprising milestone for the Grammy winner, who has seen two concerts interrupted due to fans in labor. This first time being at her July 31 show at Fenway Park in Boston. Angela Mercer went into labor at the start of the show and later delivered her son in the Brigham’s NICU. She honored the singer by naming her baby boy Aycen Hart after Pink.
Pink’s athleticism was put to the ultimate test at the 2012 AMAs, with a male dance partner lifting the singer above his shoulders as she hit the splits. The pop star let her amazing vocals do all the talking when she took the Grammys stage dressed simply in oversized denim and a white T-shirt, performing “Wild Hearts Can’t Broken” alongside a sign language interpreter.