Woman Gives Birth At Pink Concert, Names Baby After Her

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In probably the most fitting song to kick off labour, Pink was performing her first song of the evening, "Get The Party Started" when mum Jones, 32, went into labour as paramedics John Matthews and Dani Berg rushed through the crowd to get to the mum-to-be.

English fan of American singer Pink gave birth to her concert in Liverpool, reports.

"She was going to have to deliver the baby in the stadium as there was not enough time to get her to hospital".

So how did this "Beautiful Trauma" even happen? Stadium paramedics delivered the baby in the stadium's first aid room.

He added that there was also no time to be concerned or anxious. "When things go well, it's always a good feeling".

While mum was planning on calling her baby girl Dolly Louise, she made a decision to honour the singer with her name given the dramatic arrival. Hopefully that wasn't during Pink's performance of "Just Like a Pill". The kid was coming out, so they had to get this party started.

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Berg agreed, telling The Echo that the experience was strikingly different from what they were used to dealing with as concert medics. "She placed a lot of trust in the people who were delivering her baby, and she was really calm about it".

Pink reacted to the news on Instagram with the "sign of the horns" emoji and said: "Dolly Pink wanted to get the party started".

"I'm still massively in shock, just a bit gutted I missed the concert", noted Jones.

Jones named the baby Dolly Pink. "But I couldn't be any happier right now!"

And to that, we say raise your glass to the new mum!

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