Keith Urban brings a shy girl on stage, but the moment they start singing, the crowd erupts

Rebelander Basilan
Feb 16, 2019
02:11 A.M.
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A young girl named Hazza had an extraordinary moment with her music idol, Keith Urban.

Hazza’s lovely voice impressed not only the country star but the crowd as well, as seen in a video Urban uploaded on his Instagram.

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Hazza explained that she has a passion for music and that she would compete soon in a talent show.

Urban had an impromptu duet with the young girl during his “Graffiti U” tour in Canberra, Australia on January 28, 2019.

It was a moment Hazza will never forget, as it gave her a chance to sing in front of thousands. She was accompanied by her mother and sister on stage.

Keith Urban with Hazza during his “Graffiti U” tour in Canberra, Australia on January 28, 2019. | Photo: Instagram/keithurban

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AN EMOTIONAL MOMENT

When Urban, a New Zealand-born singer, asked the girl to come on stage, she shyly and nervously obliged. She also could not help but cry a few tears.

She told Urban and the crowd that she and her family had traveled more than an hour to see his concert.

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Urban then turned to the audience and asked her mother and sister to come on stage, too.

Hazza explained that she has a passion for music and that she would compete soon in a talent show.

Urban cracked a few jokes to make Hazza feel less nervous. When she calmed down, they then sang his hit song, “Parallel Line”. It was a special moment that touched not only the live audience but the singer’s social media followers.

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VIRAL DUET

Urban posted a clip of their duet on Instagram, and it amassed nearly 200,000 views in just a week.

“#TBT to our phenomenal singalong in Canberra on the #GraffitiUWorldTour Australia,” the singer captioned the video.

The singer is known for his kind acts, including doing philanthropy work. He recently opened up about how a childhood tragedy molded him into a caring, giving man.

When he was 10, his family's house burned down. All their possessions turned to ash. The Urbans were left with the ordinary clothes on their backs, and no-where to turn to.

He recalled receiving donated clothes and clothes from Red Cross and Goodwill.

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