Thousands of commenters came to tears after watching a viral video of a woman experiencing “absolute euphoria” at an Elton John concert.
The woman’s daughter Aubrey Warmmouth shared the clip with TikTok and wrote: “When you take your mom to see Elton John.” In just two days, the video has garnered over 4 million views and over 1 million likes. It also received thousands of comments from viewers who said the special mother-daughter moment was “priceless”.
The video filmed as the “Tiny Dancer” singer took to the stage, with Warmmouth’s mom on stage with her mouth slightly awkward. As the audience cheers around her, Warmmouth’s mother raises a hand but refuses to break eye contact with what is happening on stage.
When the lights are turned on, signaling John’s entrance, Warmouth’s mother completely loses her temper and a long, excited scream erupts.
“Oh my god,” she tells her daughter before laughing.
The entire clip is set to John’s “Benny and the Jets”.
According to his website, John is currently completing the final North American run of his final tour, the “Farewell Yellow Brick Road to the Final Tour”.
“This year my grand finale will be in North America, playing in stadiums across the country, with the most spectacular production ever. Thank you for sharing this journey with me,” John said in a social media video on March 29. Said in a social media video on March 29. ,
“I cherish these memories we are making together. It has been nothing short of incredible and I look forward to seeing you one last time very soon on my Farewell Yellow Brick Road Tour,” he concluded.
“Long Goodbye” began in 2018, and is now set to end in the summer of 2023, said USA Today, As it stands, his last show is due to take place on July 8, 2023, at the Tele2 Arena in Stockholm, Sweden.
Commentators liked Warmmouth’s video and were impressed by his mother’s enthusiasm on the “Rocket Man” singer.
“It is beyond precious,” said Eli Yost.
“It tore me up,” wrote Elena Daniil Lodo. “Having memories of his mother’s childhood bursting into his head and feeling utter euphoria.”
“I got a cold! Maybe brought back wonderful memories for her,” said Amy Troyana Porter.
Rosie_Going_Silver commented, “It brought tears to my eyes. I’m so glad she had that experience.”
Dena Disney-Christo said: “Wow. Me torn too. I hope Elton sees it. He’s had an impact on us growing up.”
newsweek Aubrey has reached out to Warmmouth for comment.
In other mother-daughter news, a mother went viral in January after sharing that she declined her daughter’s request to use her college money on her boyfriend’s “dreams.”
In February, a mother received hate online for telling her daughter to stop gaming. That same month, another mother was slammed after admitting that she had called her daughter a “bad person” at a dinner party.