“Funhouse” singer Pink helped a fan check off a major goal of her bucket list as she engaged in a virtual meeting with her long-time supporter who is in hospice care battling bone cancer.

Pink sat down for a fun 30-minute Zoom call with one of her "biggest" admirers, former elite runner and triathlete, Diane Berberian, 63, on Nov. 27. The virtual meeting was arranged by friends of the athlete.

Berberian posted a part of her zoom chat with the 42-year-old singer on her Facebook page and wrote, “ "THANK YOU TO EVERYONE WHO TOOK THE TIME TO TRY AND MAKE CONNECTIONS... OUR DREAM CAME TRUE!!!!!"

The video has been viewed nearly 22,000 times with fans commenting positively on the exchange of ideas between the two “amazing” women.

“This is just a beautiful act of kindness that you did for me. I mean...you made me cry. Peed in my pants already,” Berberian said, prompting laughter from the “Beautiful Trauma” singer.

"Most of my days start with the song of the day and it's a Pink song usually.  When I race, it's always a Pink song,” she continued.

“It means the world to me. I appreciate you,” Pink told the Marathon champion.

Before her battle with cancer, Berberian was an Ironman competitor who traveled the world for competitions. She completed her final marathon last month in Philadelphia where a team of 20 friends and family members pushed her in a special cart as she sought to create memories with those she loves most and those who love her.

"Yes, I do know I'm dying. I know that my body is breaking down. My mind is changing a little bit, but I'm not done," Berberian told ABC news. 

In the clip, Berberian also showed her tattoos to Pink, revealing her favorite on the back of her forearm which says, “ 'She believed she could...so she did.'

“You've made my day," she told Pink. "I don't even know what's on my bucket list now, because you were so far at the top. All the other things started to happen so it's kinda like, 'Okay, I'll think of somethin' else!'" 

"You have a kind of bravery that I don't understand," the singer told the former athlete. "You're bringing comfort to other people while you're walking through this." 

Pink singing the US national anthem at the Super Bowl in February 2018 in Minneapolis, Minnesota: she has offered to pay the fines slapped on the Norwegian women's beach handball team for wearing shorts instead of bikinis during a championship match Pink singing the US national anthem at the Super Bowl in February 2018 in Minneapolis, Minnesota: she has offered to pay the fines slapped on the Norwegian women's beach handball team for wearing shorts instead of bikinis during a championship match Photo: GETTY IMAGES NORTH AMERICA / Rob Carr