It was a moment that Teresa Shaw will likely never forget: when a superstar singer brought his concert to a standstill so he could offer his support to her fight against cancer. Shaw, who has reportedly been battling stage 3 breast cancer since June, attended a Garth Brooks concert with her daughter on Friday. The longtime fan brought a sign to hold up at the show that read: “Chemo this morning, Garth tonight, enjoying ‘The Dance,’” referencing one of the country star’s hits. “That’s one of my favorite songs of his,” Shaw told WCCO-TV. So when Brooks started singing “The Dance” at the Target Center in Minneapolis that night, Shaw wanted very much to get closer to the stage. “The next thing I knew, another usher was coming up to me and were like, ‘Follow us,'” the 46-year-old mom of three told KARE-11. “And they took me to the very front, right in front of [Brooks].” About a minute into the song, the camera caught Shaw’s sign, prompting cheers from the crowd. A minute later, Brooks walked to the edge of the stage, sat down right in front of an awestruck Shaw and began serenading her. Moments later, he took her hand and gave her his guitar.