Pink would then return to the stage to finish her show.
"I also said to Pink how much my mum loved her".
However, thanks to the kindness of the crowd, Leah's message came loud and clear. I lost my lovely mum last month.
"I was crying a lot and Pink said, 'Oh don't cry, you look so pretty".
Katrina Donkin says the encounter lifted her niece's spirits during the hard time, saying Leah hasn't stopped smiling since the concert.
Before Leah's mother Debbie Murphy died, she purchased tickets for Pink's show in Sydney, Australia and planned to go with a friend.
An Australian teen's mother had plans to see her favorite singer, Pink, earlier this summer.
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"So many kind people grabbed the signs we'd made and waved them to get Pink's attention. It was just enough for Pink to say, 'what is that?'".
"We ended up at the front row and Pink just held her for.it felt like 20 seconds", she added. "She said that everything was going to be OK".
"This lady has left us all speechless but feeling so very loved", Donkin said on Facebook.
During her concert in Brisbane, Australia, on Monday, the songstress stopped her concert when she noticed one particular sign in the audience.
Donkin said the Grammy-winning songstress couldn't clearly read the signs from the stage, but someone in the crowd passed her "a little brochure about Leah", which she read.
"She's just a huge, huge fan of Pink, and so was her mum, so it was just unbelievable she took the time to give her a hug". "It was meant to be - like a hug from heaven".
"They handed delivered them to me ..."