Justin Bieber delayed the start of his concert in Salt Lake City on Saturday to meet a young fan who was too sick to attend his show.

Millie Flamm is only 7-years-old, but has already been battling leukemia for three years and is currently at Primary Children’s Medical Center. So you can imagine her surprise and delight when her idol walked though the door on a special visit just to meet her.

Millie had sold her concert tickets because her illness meant she wouldn’t be able to see the Biebster live, but thanks to an online and social media campaign initiated by friends and family her wish to see the Boy Wonder came true.

Bieber sang Millie his song, Baby, and also gave her his guitar pick as a keepsake.

“She is squeezing on to it with all her might and will not let it go,” her mother, Amanda, told DeseretNews.com. "I have no words. There is no way to say thank you to everybody who helped make this happen. I have no words but thank you, and that’s not enough.

“It just has re-energized all of us. We are ready to keep going and fight harder with all this backing and this fun thing that has happened today, and keep going and keep fighting.”

Source: DeseretNews.com

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