Billie Eilish canceled the show at O2 in London after fans began to struggle in the heat.
The singer paused the performance on Saturday night and confirmed that it was “ok” as the fans were crushed in front of the stage.
A 20-year-old fan urged “take a step back” to “give everyone space” and asked the O2 security team to distribute water to the audience.
She states: “People were fainting and being pulled out. It’s hot, I know, it’s crowded, it’s hot.
“Are you a little crushed? If someone looks a little moody, tell someone okay. Don’t try to save your emotions.”
This isn’t the first time Irish has stopped music to help the audience, and he stopped performing in the United States during the Hapia Than Ever Tour in February.
The Bad Guy singer could be heard saying, “I’ll wait for people to be okay until I continue,” but later she mentioned the tragedy of Travis Scott’s performance at the Astroworld Music Festival. I denied that.
Ten people died during a two-day festival in Houston, Texas, in November, when fans soared towards the stage during Scott’s performance.
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Eilish’s O2 show is part of a series of UK tour dates, including SSE Hydro in Glasgow and Utlilita Arena in Birmingham.
On Tuesday night, the singer treated fans to a television performance of her unreleased song with her brother and co-author FINNEAS O’Connell at Manchester’s AO Arena.
It was the first performance in the UK since the Reading Festival in 2019.
Eilish will headline this year’s Glastonbury Festival later this month.