‘We need some assistance right here’ | Justin Timberlake stops Austin show to check on fan

The video shows Timberlake stop the show after performing his 2002 hit “Cry Me A River.”

AUSTIN, Texas — A video of Justin Timberlake is gaining some attention for all the right reasons.

Over the weekend, the 43-year-old Timberlake stopped his show in Austin at the Moody Center while singing his 2002 hit “Cry Me A River” when he called on the crew to turn the house lights up.

The video posted to TikTok shows the singer expressing concern for a fan who appeared to be having a medical issue near the stage.

“Sorry everybody, one second. One second, we need some assistance right here about five rows back … Are we OK? No, no problem. OK, we’re OK,” Timberlake said as the crowd cheered.

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While it remains unclear what happened, Timberlake then went on to lighten the mood with a joke before resuming his show.

In March, Timberlake released his first new album in six years, “Everything I Thought It Was” before kicking off his tour in Canada in April.

Timberlake’s last North American tour was in 2018 where he performed songs from his “Man of the Woods” album, along with previously released hits including “Mirrors,” “Suit & Tie” and “CAN’T STOP THE FEELING!”

His first ever solo tour was in 2003 following the 2002 release of his solo album, “Justified,” which featured songs like “Rock Your Body,” “Cry Me a River” and “Last Night.”

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