You'll never know what could happen in concerts.
A sweaty mosh pit might be taking shape in front of the stage; next thing you know, a crowd surfer disappears amid a frantic sea of lit attendees.
Intimate moments involving the headliner and a member of the audience, however, are instant highlights and when captured, can command a lot of views in social media.
Like what happened recently with Rihanna and a fan during the former's March 19 show at the US Bank Arena in Cincinnati, Ohio. The Grammy Award-winning pop star, currently on tour to promote her album Anti, was performing her hit collaboration with Paul McCartney and Kanye West "FourFiveSeconds" when she decided to share the mic with a random patron.
Rihanna obviously wasn't expecting what she heard:
Apparently, the mysterious belter—identified as Terah "TJ" Stewart—indeed has the pipes, based on song covers in his YouTube channel.
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