Mom’s ‘euphoric’ reaction to Elton John concert brings viewers to tears


This mom was sent to the moon by the “The Rocket Man” himself.

Many TikTok users ‘cried’ afterwards a video has been posted showing a mother experiencing “complete euphoria” at a recent Elton John concert.

The video, which is set to the music icon’s song ‘Bennie and the Jets’, shows Aubrey Warmouth’s mother staring intently and gaping at the scene as people shout and cheer around her .

As the lights change to signal John’s entrance, the mother completely loses her temper and lets out a long, excited cry.

The video – captioned ‘When you take your mum to see Elton John’ – has amassed more than 5 million views and surpassed 1 million likes with several people calling the moment ‘precious’.

“This made me cry,” wrote one user. “Living through your mother’s childhood memories exploding in her head and feeling complete euphoria.”

The video shows a mum in “complete euphoria” as she waits with her daughter for Elton John to take the stage.
Throughout the video, the mother gapes at the scene without saying a word.
At the start of the video, the mother stares open-mouthed at the scene without saying a word.

” I have chills ! It probably brought back wonderful memories for him,” another said.

“It made me cry. I’m so happy that she was able to experience this, “commented a user.

One of the video’s commenters said he hoped Sir Elton John himself would see this superfan’s video.

As the lights change to signal John's appearance, she can be seen speaking the words
As the lights change to signal John’s appearance, she can be seen saying the words “Oh, my God” excitedly.

The sweet moment came during the 75-year-old artist’s final North American tour delayed by COVID-19 Farewell Yellow Brick Road: The Final Tour, which started in 2018 but was postponed due to the pandemic.

“This year will see my grand finale in North America, playing in stadiums across the country, with the most spectacular production I have ever had. Thank you for sharing this journey with me,” John said in a social media post end of March.


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