Australia Pink Tour 2024: Singer interrupts first concert as woman goes to work in Sydney
Pink he has had an interesting experience at first Carnival Summer Concert in Australiawith a woman going into labor during her show at Sydney’s Allianz Stadium on Friday night.
Members of the crowd pointed to attract the singer’s attention while she was singing the ballad Our song before doctors attended to the woman, taking her out of the mosh pit in a wheelchair.
Pink stopped the performance after being warned and jeered by the crowd, asking, “Is Alecia or Alex born now?” referring to her birth name Alecia Moore.
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“I feel like we shouldn’t be watching,” the mother-of-two joked, before adding: “Everyone gives her a secret,”
“She just didn’t have the baby, right? Is the baby here? No? Okay,” she confirmed.
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Pink congratulated her before being surprised that it was a labor-inducing ballad instead of one of the more interesting tracks on her setlist.
“Wow, Our song, that was the one who did it. He wouldn’t have called that one! I thought it would Start the Party or Never dance again“, said the 44-year-old.
“That’s exciting. I don’t even know what to say. But we have to sing now. Good luck! It will be good! You will be very good,” she said, continuing with the show.
Keeping the family theme going throughout the show, Pink brought her own daughter, 12-year-old Willow, on stage to sing the hit song Cover me in the sun.
This is not the first time that a member of the audience has gone into labor at one of Pink’s concerts.
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Angela Mercer, 32, had traveled from Albany, New York, to see the star play in Boston last August and ended up giving birth to her son while she was 31 weeks pregnant.
In a nod to the singer, who is married to Carey Hart, a former motorcycle racerMercer named her son Aycen Hart.
No word yet on baby Sydney’s arrival or name
Pink’s Summer Carnival tour marks her first shows on Australian shores in six years.
She will play another concert in Sydney on Saturday night before heading to Newcastle and then Queensland, Victoria, Western Australia and finally New Zealand in March.