A Keith Urban superfan in Ohio whose failing health left her unable to attend his concert in Toledo last week got the thrill of a lifetime when the country star showed up at her hospital bedside to serenade her. "We have a very sick special someone who’s not able to make it to her dream concert--Keith Urban--tomorrow night because she is in our Pediatric ICU and will be entering hospice care soon," nurse Laura Biel wrote on Facebook this past Wednesday about 25-year-old Marissa English. "Keith Urban will be in Toledo tomorrow night at The Huntington Center. This young girl is Keith Urban’s '#1 fan' and has to forfeit her tickets she had to see him. We are trying very hard to get the message to him of what it would mean for him to stop and see this patient while he is in town." Urban got the message and stopped by the hospital before his show, singing his 2016 hit “Blue Ain’t Your Color” to a karaoke track while holding English's hand. Urban later told the crowd at his show that he "truly thinks" English is his "biggest fan." He added, "Her family is here and so are some of her pediatric ICU nurses...We’re going to dedicate this whole show tonight to her, to Marissa." Here's more from People.
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