Watch Keith Urban Serenade Ill Woman in Hospice Care: 'My Biggest Fan'


Keith Urban took a while out earlier than his live performance earlier this week in Toledo, Ohio, to make a shock go to to a really in poor health fan in hospice care.

Prior to his Thursday night time (Oct. 18) present at Toledo's Huntington Center, the nation star stopped by Mercy Health St. Vincent Hospital to raise the spirits of 25-year-old megafan Marissa English, who has a bunch of well being points together with an inoperable cyst on her mind and cerebral palsy.   

English reportedly had tickets to Urban's live performance that night, however couldn't make it on account of her sickness. So her nurses began a social media marketing campaign to induce the nation singer to go to.

“We knew how necessary it was to Marissa to be at that live performance,” nurse Jan Cassity instructed native TV station WTOL-11. “Since she wasn’t in a position to we have been hoping to try to discover some method to have Keith make a connection together with her.”

During his go to, which was captured on video (watch beneath), Urban sat beside English's mattress and sang his 2016 tune "Blue Ain't Your Color" over a musical monitor on the iPhone.

“I’d be enjoying this tune proper now if I had my guitar with me proper now,” he instructed her.

Later that night time throughout his present, Urban devoted the efficiency to English and instructed the group he believes she is really "my largest fan."