Tom Grennan forced to stop O2 London gig after audience member faints and medics rush to help | The Sun

SINGING star Tom Grennan was forced to stop his huge Longon 02 Arena gig in the middle after an audience member fainted.

The hitmaker was seen hushing his band as he did his best to help from the stage, as medics rushed into the audience.

Tom, 27, was forced to halt his first ever arena tour, What Ifs and Maybes, at the 02 last night after the audience issue.

After noticing a commotion among his fans, and medics in the centre of the standing crowd, he rushed to "get water" for the concert goer.

According to The Mirror, Tom watched on as the audience member was attended to, shouting: "Do you need water? Who has got water?"

Tom ran off to the side of the stage to fetch some, before throwing his own water bottle into the crowd for his fan.

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"Everybody is going mad and that. It's sweaty. Obviously it's my water bottle, but just give it to the person that has fainted," he said.

The Something In The Water star's fans cheered as he checked with them: "Everybody good? All good? Do we need any more water?"

"I hope that person is OK, make some noise for that person right now, thank you very much beautiful people," he concluded.

It comes after Tom made a super fan's dreams come true by inviting them up on stage at the Newcastle Utilita Arena earlier this month.

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The singer asked South Shields lad Joseph Meston, 18, to help him sing his hit Remind Me in front of thousands of fans.

A clip shared by Tom of the pair going their thing on stage as gone viral on TikTok, which has accumulated 29.9k likes.

The start of the video sees Tom holding up a sign that says "Can I sing Remind Me with you?" before he says: "I think they want us to sing."

Back in October fans praised Tom for the price of his 2023 UK arena tour tickets when they went on sale.

They were priced between £25 and £40 – and dozens of fans flooded Twitter to thank him for making them "affordable".

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