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The Backstreet Boys Stopped Their Indiana Concert For A Faint Fan In The Crowd

The Backstreet Boys helped a needy fan during a recent concert. The boy band performing at the Roof Music Center in Noblesville, Indiana as part of their DNA World Tour on Sunday, and the show was halted when a fan in the audience had a medical emergency.

According to Indianapolis StarThe moment came at the end of the show when Nick Carter, Howie Dorough, AJ McLean, Brian Littrell and Kevin Richardson were performing “That’s the Way I Like It”.

At the time, the newspaper reported, a woman had “some sort of emergency” in front of the audience, causing the boy band members to immediately stop the show.

According to the outlet, McLean was the first to notice the issue, raising his hand to stop the music, singing and dancing. At his signal, the outlet Reportedly, “About a dozen employees walked into the audience.”

A TikTok posted from the venue shows that the woman in question passed out. The clip showed the group on stage, as McLean told the audience, “Give him a little space. Thanks. Please give him space.”

He directly asked the woman, “Are you okay?” And even pacified the crowd demanding the resumption of the show. “Just a minute, y’all,” he told the audience.

Neighbors informed McLean and others that the woman had died, but she was breathing. With this, McLean confirmed that EMTs were on the way, before a fan in the audience expressed his thanks.

“Of course,” he replied. “We want everyone to enjoy the show.”

According to Indianapolis StarThe women were escorted out of the venue in a wheelchair and were awake as they left.

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