According to several videos posted on social media, Billie Eilish stopped her concert in Atlanta this weekend in order to assist a fan who was in need of an inhaler.
On Saturday, the 20-year old singer was performing at State Farm Arena as part of her "Happier than Ever" world tour. She noticed a fan in desperate need of assistance.
"Do you really need an inhaler?" She pointed into the crowd and said, "Who needs it?"
Then she asked her stage crew: "Do you have an inhaler?" "Can we grab one?"
She said, "It is OK, you have one." Give it time, guys. She encouraged the crowd to relax and said, "Don't crowd."
"We're taking good care of our people. Hold on. She said, "I wait for people to feel OK before I continue," causing cheers from the crowd.
The first stop was in Atlanta, and it had just started in New Orleans.
NBC News reached out to Eilish's staff for comment.
Many artists have stopped performing in the wake of the Astroworld tragedy. In Houston, 10 people were killed by a horrendous crowd surge.
Later that month, SZA stopped performing after someone fell asleep at a show in Salt Lake City. She also asked staffers for water, and addressed the Astroworld incident by saying that "some people think people pass out all of the time."