Billie Eilish Paused A Concert To Give A Distressed Fan An Inhaler

Elizabeth Spina
Billie Eilish
instagram | @wishyouwerebil

Billie Eilish is currently on her Happier Than Ever, The World Tour, and at one of her recent shows at the State Farm Arena in Atlanta, the 20-year-old stopped the show to give one of her fans in the audience an inhaler.

The moment caught on tape, has since gone viral and fans are applauding the "Bad Guy" singer.

A clip of Billie Eilish has gone viral.

Billie Eilish
Instagram | @billieeilish

The 20-year-old "Bad Guy" singer is currently on a world tour promoting her latest album, Happier Than Ever. During her most recent stop in Atlanta, she abruptly stopped her concert to help a fan who needed an inhaler.

In the wake of the tragic deaths and injuries that occurred at Travis Scott's Astroworld festival, several videos of artists stopping their concerts to help fans have surfaced online.

Instagram | @adele

Like the one of Adele noticing that a fan passed out in the crowd during a performance a few years ago.

"Stop! Stop! Stop!" she told her band. "Someone fainted again, right in the middle. This happened last night, as well . . . Is anyone coming to you? Has it been sorted?"

Or the video of Dave Grohl noticing that there was a child in the audience who may have been in danger at a Foo Fighters concert in London, in 2018.

Dave Grohl
YouTube | Jimmy Kimmel Live

"Hold on one second," he said. "Does that kid need somewhere to sit? Get that kid a real seat. You've gotta take his parents too now, come on. This is a family occasion. Bring him up on the side right there. I'll sing a song to him."

Or the one of Harry Styles in Los Angeles in 2019, stopping his show to ask a fan if they were alright.

Harry Styles
YouTube | The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon

"I have a very serious question. Are you okay in there?" he asked, pointing to an audience member. After they responded that they were in fact, not okay, he asked the rest of the crowd to take, "one very slow, very gentle step back."

Anyway, the video shows Billie stopping her performance after noticing that a fan in the audience was struggling to breathe.

Billie Eilish
Instagram | @billieeilish

"You need an inhaler?" she asks in the video. "Do we have an inhaler? Can we just grab one?" the singer asks her crew members.

As the medical staff on-site at the State Farm Arena seemingly worked on helping the fan, Billie reassured the audience.

Billie Eilish
Instagram | @billieeilish

"It's okay, we got one. Give her some time. Don't crowd. Relax, relax, it's okay. We're taking care of our people, hold on," she said.

Before continuing the show, Billie checked in again with the fan, making sure that she was okay.

Billie Eilish
Instagram | @wishyouwerebil

"You need to come out or are you OK? Are you sure?" the "idontwannabeyouanymore" singer asked, before blowing a kiss and mouthing "I love you" to the fan.

She then added: "I wait for people to be okay before I keep going." Some have speculated online that the comment was referencing the Astroworld tragedy.

This isn't the first time that Billie has paused her concert to help out a fan.

Billie Eilish
instagram | @billieeilish

In 2018, while performing her first hit "Ocean Eyes" she stopped singing to assist someone that was about to pass out.

"I'm also about to pass out. We're all just passing out," one fan said.

Billie Eilish
Instagram | @billieeilish

Billie sprung into action, asking: "What can I do to help?" before handing out bottles of water to the crowd.