Lady Gaga had to reluctantly cancel her tour after suffering a hip injury, but she still managed to pay a visit to one fan who had scored a front-row seat.
On Wednesday, the pop star met with a young girl suffering from a terminal heart condition who traveled from Wisconsin to Chicago to see her show.
Imagine 5-year-old Kayleigh Gurbynski's sadness when she learned the show was off ... or her joy when Gaga showed up in person shortly thereafter.
The meeting, which happened in Chicago, had reportedly been orchestrated by local radio-show host Tony Waitekus, who reached out to Gaga's camp.
Even if the show didn't go on, Gaga's get-together with Kayleigh did, a poignant moment that Waitekus chronicled on his radio station's Facebook page.
"Even though Lady Gaga was not well enough to do the show due to doctors order (suffering from joint pain), she made it a point of still meeting Kayleigh!"
"Fantastic for Kayleigh and hats off to [Gaga's people] for making this happen!"
Chronic pain left Lady Gaga unable to walk last week, prompting the cancelation of four shows and eventually the entire leg of the Born This Way Ball.
Here's wishing both the best.