People go to gigs for a lot of different reasons, but to have a baby is not usually one of them.
But that’s exactly what happened to one woman last night - albeit unexpectedly - after she gave birth to a baby girl at Anfield Stadium during a Pink gig.
Pink was performing in Liverpool Tuesday night, June 25th, and within minutes of her coming on stage the woman started going in to labour.
Luckily for the woman in question, Denise Jones, there were two A&E doctors present who helped her through the very quick labour.
Baby Dolly Pink Born at @Anfield Whilst watching @Pink concert! Mum and Baby are doing Amazing, thank you to the amazing paramedics that deliverd her! @LFC @LivEchonews #LiverpoolBaby #Liverpool ❤❤ pic.twitter.com/8W9ZnzNHXk— Chloe Dryhurst (@dryhurst_chloe) June 25, 2019
In honour of the musician, the newborn had a new middle name added to the already chosen first name, and she’s been called Dolly Pink.
Well it’s not your average night away from A&E, but we could not be prouder of our amazing A&E drs who delivered a beautiful baby @Pink concert last night! 😍 Congratulations to all, especially mum & baby Dolly Pink 💖 https://t.co/kqlyNE5XH6— StHelens&WhistonHosp (@sthknhs) June 26, 2019
According to Chloe Dryhurst, who posted the photos, both mum and baby are doing amazing - from everyone at The Manc we wish them all the best!