Good luck trying not to cry at this sweet story!
During Gwen Stefani's Wednesday night show in West Palm Beach, Florida, she saw one sign in the crowd that really struck a chord with her.
In the middle of her concert at the Perfect Vodka Amphitheatre, the blonde beauty plucked a poster from the crowd that a parent had made about their son being bullied.
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The performer read the sign out loud, saying:
"'My son was bullied from first to fifth grade.' What?! 'He would come home every day upset but he'd go into his room, listen to your music, and smile.'"
The message clearly made the momma-of-three upset, because she locked eyes with the little boy and yelled:
"Get up here right now! RIGHT NOW!"
After the songstress dramatically tossed the poster off to the side, she gave the boy a big hug, raised his hands up high, and gave him an emotional pep talk as her cried tears of joy.
And Gwen shared the whole thing on Facebook! Watch the moving moment (below)!
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