Most people want to meet their favorite musicians for a selfie or at least just get into see their concerts so that they can say they’ve met the person they love most. However, no fan expects that their favorite musician is going to go out of his or her way to make them feel as if they are the most special, most amazing person in the world. That is precisely what a number of musicians do, however, and it makes their fans fall even more in love with them as the days go on.
It’s impressive, and we love the concept.
When a group of fans outside LAX noticed Selena Gomez leaving the airport, they wanted to say hi but they were unable to thanks to all the photographers in the area. She asked her driver to stop and pick them up and give them a ride so that they could meet her and actually not have the interruption of photographers trying to get information and photos of her as she simply went home. Talk about great luck in getting a ride.
He is just a nice guy, and that is it. When a woman by the name of Jess Wright was diagnosed with leukemia it was two weeks out from seeing Sheeran in concert. She was unable to attend his show and it was heartbreaking for her. So, he decided to bring the show to her by visiting her in her hospital room and performing a private concert for her and her family and doctors while they were working on fighting her illness and keeping her healthy. We love him so much.
The famous singer just realized that many of her fans were standing in the pouring rain in London recently waiting to get into her concert. They were there for hours, so the singer decided to send them more than 20 boxes of pizza and some towels to make them feel a little bit better about their wait. Fans were so excited that they could not get over it; it’s the moment they waited their whole lives for and it was so much more.
Back when Hurricane Sandy devastated the Northeast, Carrie Underwood did something amazing at her concert in Atlantic City. She announced on stage that she was donating every single penny of her profit from that show to the New Jersey community to help them rebuild and overcome the devastation and disaster that occurred to the people who live there as well as their community.
RiRi was not the first musician to send her fans pizza, either. Lady Gaga spent more than $1,000 on pizza when she was promoting her album “The Fame Monster,” a few years back. She sent them pizza while they waited at a Best Buy store overnight to meet her the following day, and they were more than just a little excited. Apparently, she does things like that all the time.