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'I'm really sorry': Billie Eilish, 17, stops her concert after a medical emergency at her intimate gig in Melbourne

By Nick Hadley For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 06:06 BST, 3 May 2019 | Updated: 06:06 BST, 3 May 2019

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American music sensation Billie Eilish was forced to stop an intimate concert in Melbourne on Thursday due to a medical emergency.

The 17-year-old singer was performing a special gig to 500 fans at St Kilda's Prince Bandroom when a young girl fell seriously ill.

Billie stopped the concert just just three songs in while the fan was given medical assistance. 

'I'm really sorry': Billie Eilish (pictured), 17, stopped her concert after a medical emergency at her intimate gig in Melbourne on Thursday

'I'm really sorry': Billie Eilish (pictured), 17, stopped her concert after a medical emergency at her intimate gig in Melbourne on Thursday 

As reported by The Advertiser on Friday, the sick teen was able to walk out of the venue before Eilish returned to the stage.

'That's so f**ked up, I'm really sorry about all of that,' Billie said.

She continued: 'She's OK. You guys mean the whole world to me. Please drink water, please eat, please take care of yourselves.' 

Crisis: The singer was performing a special gig to 500 fans at St Kilda's Prince Bandroom when a young girl fell seriously ill

Crisis: The singer was performing a special gig to 500 fans at St Kilda's Prince Bandroom when a young girl fell seriously ill

The audience was made up of competition winners, many of whom had queued up since 8am for the gig at Nova Red Room.  

Fan adoration of the young American singer has reached fever pitch during her Australian concert tour. 

Billie had to ask her followers not to 'grope her' after an incident at a meet

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