John Mayer did not hesitate to stop his concert midway when he noticed a concertgoer who needed urgent medical attention. He was performing at the Small Stage Series Concert for SiriusXM in Los Angeles on Wednesday night.

The singer stopped midway through his song "Slow Dancing in a Burning Room" and enquired the audience about a female fan who appeared to be unconscious, Page Six reported.

"Are they conscious? Give me thumbs up if they're alert," Mayer asked the crowd.

Amid the confusion and cheers from the crowd, the singer continued, "You need an AED [automated External Defibrillator]? Well, that's not somebody who's alert!"

"I'm going to step off the stage for a moment," Mayer said as the concert organizers rushed to the audience to escort the woman out on a wheelchair.

Chris Gardner, a staff writer with The Hollywood Reporter, shared a video of the incident on Twitter.

"John Mayer paused the show more than halfway through when someone in the audience passed out, requiring medical attention. He cut music and helped out, eventually leaving stage briefly (maybe 2 mins) and came back to announce the woman was okay and gave a [thumbs up emoji]," he wrote.

A few minutes later, Mayer reappeared onstage and said, "Anyone in the crowd who was worried, I'm told she waved goodbye, so she's OK. The system works, thank you very much."

The "New Light" singer then proceeded to sing his hit song, "Waiting On the World to Change."

Mayer is not the first musician who has stopped a concert to help a fan. Early this week, Billie Eilish also paused her concert in Atlanta, Georgia, and turned her attention to a concertgoer who appeared to be in distress.

The footage was captured by a member of the crowd. The clip showed the 20-year-old singer taking a pause and asking for an inhaler for the fan. Eilish told the crowd, "I wait for people to be okay before I keep going," which some think is a reference to Travis Scott and the Astroworld tragedy.

Scott had earlier denied knowing about the chaos that was happening during the tragic Astroworld concert that led to the death of 10 people.

But a tweet from a concertgoer showed Scott singing while looking down on emergency personnel who were carrying what appeared to be a lifeless body away from the venue.

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John Mayer performs at Viejas Arena on Sept. 11, 2019 in San Diego, California. Daniel Knighton/Getty Images