WATCH: Billie Eilish unexpectedly stops concert due to an emergency

WATCH: Billie Eilish unexpectedly stops concert due to an emergency

A show-stopping moment that showed the compassion within the performer.

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Beloved pop star and innovative singer, Billie Eilish, has gained major respect from fans for what she did at her concert on Saturday.

Billie brought the concert to an abrupt halt when she saw a fan in distress. The fan was in desperate need of an asthma pump, as she could not breathe.

The singer was performing at Atlanta's State Farm Arena during the 'Happier Than Ever' tour when this emergency situation happened.

Watch the wholesome moment below: 

According to the footage taken by fans, Billie noticed a distressed fan in the pit next to the stage.

Billie immediately stopped singing and asked her crew to retrieve an inhaler for the fan. She checked on her well-being several times before resuming the show.

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"Do you need to come out, or are you OK? Are you sure?" Billie asked before mouthing, "I love you." 

Billie later asked the crowd to give the fan some space and time. This resulted in the fan being able to catch her breath and return to her usual state of being.

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In another video published by TMZ, Billie can be heard telling the audience, "I wait for people to be OK until I keep going."

This truly resonated with the love Billie's fans have for her and proved how much she cares for them.

Heartwarming messages of thanks have been posted for Billie:

We hope that Billie's act of kindness can inspire other artists to think the same and take precautions to ensure the safety and well-being of all fans.

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