People: Pink surprises little fan with birthday cake

People: Pink surprises little fan with birthday cake
People: Pink surprises little fan with birthday cake

A child is born in the stadium during a concert by superstar Pink. Five years later, the singer surprises the little girl at the same place for her birthday.

Pop singer Pink surprised a young fan with a birthday serenade and a cake at a stadium concert in Liverpool.

What’s special about it: the little British girl Dolly Pink was born at the same place five years ago during a Pink concert. The British broadcaster ITV showed how the superstar personally welcomed the girl and her mother.

As part of her “Summer Carnival” tour, Pink gave two concerts at the famous Anfield football stadium, where football coach Jürgen Klopp had worked until recently. According to ITV, she met little Dolly Pink and her mother Denise Jones backstage before her performance on Monday. The broadcaster showed a video of her singing and handing the five-year-old a piece of cake. Later, Pink encouraged the audience at Anfield to sing “Happy Birthday” with her while Dolly was shown on the big stage screens.

The spectacular incident occurred at the Pink concert in June 2019. During her opening song “Get The Party Started,” Denise Jones went into labor and then it all happened very quickly. Two doctors delivered the girl in the stadium, who was then named Dolly Pink.

The two doctors were also present at the celebratory reunion and posed for a photo with Pink and her fans. Jones told ITV enthusiastically: “We had the best evening ever.”

Pink will also perform several times in Germany on her “Summer Carnival” tour. Stadium concerts are planned in Leipzig (July 17), Stuttgart (July 19) and Mönchengladbach (July 21) in July.

Source: Stern

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