Justin Timberlake STOPS his concert in Austin, Texas to make sure a fan in need received medical assistance

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  • The 43-year-old singer was performing his 2002 solo hit Cry Me A River on Saturday night at the Moody Center in Austin, Texas 
  • At the end of the song he noticed a fan in need, which comes just after Taylor Swift stopped her Paris show to help a fan as well 
  • The singer was motioning to security guards towards the end of the song, but when it ended he paused the show and asked for the house lights to come on 

Justin Timberlake brought his The Forget Tomorrow World Tour to the Moody Center in Austin, Texas on Saturday night, where he abruptly stopped the show due to a fan in need.

The 43-year-old singer was performing his 2002 solo hit Cry Me A River on Saturday night, but at the end of the song he noticed a fan in need, which comes just after Taylor Swift stopped her Paris show to help a fan as well.

The singer was motioning to security guards towards the end of the song, but when it ended he paused the show and asked for the house lights to be turned up.

‘Sorry everybody, one second, one second. We need some assistance right here about five rows back,’ Timberlake said from the stage, via video from TikTok’s Lion Latch.

He waited for a few moments and said, ‘Oh are you OK?’ before giving a thumbs up and saying, ‘Oh, no problem.’

Justin Timberlake STOPS his concert in Austin, Texas to make sure a fan in need received medical assistance

The singer was motioning to security guards towards the end of the song, but when it ended he paused the show and asked for the house lights to be turned up

The singer was motioning to security guards towards the end of the song, but when it ended he paused the show and asked for the house lights to be turned up

‘OK, we’re OK,’ Timberlake added, as he started clapping and the audience started applauding as well.

Another fan who was at the show said it was, ‘the lady in front of me’ who needed assistance at the show.

‘She is okay. Thankfully ppl next to us were drs and attended to her while we got Justin’s attention,’ replied TikTok user @shellbell4190.

It was not revealed what happened to the woman that caused her to need medical attention.

The Saturday show at the Moody Center was the second of two shows at the University of Texas at Austin venue. 

The tour kicked off April 29 at Rogers Centre in Vancouver, with his next show in a few days at the Dickies Arena in Fort Worth, Texas.

He’ll be on the road criss-crossing America through early June, with the first leg of his American tour concluding July 29 at Rupp Arena in Lexington, Kentucky.

He has a break for a few weeks before getting back on the road in late July with the European leg kicking off in Krakow, Poland on July 29. 

Shows in Germany, Belgium, England, The Netherlands, Denmark, Sweden and France takes the tour to its second leg before another break in September.

'OK, we're OK,' Timberlake added, as he started clapping and the audience started applauding as well.

‘OK, we’re OK,’ Timberlake added, as he started clapping and the audience started applauding as well.

Another fan who was at the show said it was, 'the lady in front of me' who needed assistance at the show

Another fan who was at the show said it was, ‘the lady in front of me’ who needed assistance at the show

It was not revealed what happened to the woman that caused her to need medical attention

It was not revealed what happened to the woman that caused her to need medical attention

His second North American leg kicks off October 4 in Montreal, which also takes him to Brooklyn, Washington D.C., Chicago, Atlanta and more.

The tour wraps up on December 20 in Kansas City, just before the holiday season kicks off.

The tour is in support of his sixth solo album Everything I Thought It Was, which was released in March.

It was his first solo album in six years, following his 2018 album Man of the Woods.

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