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Lainey Wilson Wields A Fan’s Prosthetic Leg Onstage While Performing At Country Fest Ohio

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This woman is an expert country star, but she’s also known for creating heartwarming moments for her fans. While performing at Country Fest Ohio, Lainey Wilson ended up with a fan’s prosthetic leg onstage with her. Can you guess what she did?

While she was making music, Lainey took an opportunity to sign the leg for her fan. What an incredible memory that fan will be able to hold onto for forever!

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@Lainey Wilson signs fan’s prosthetic leg while covering @Alan Jackson. // whiskeyriff.com #whiskeyriff #laineywilson @TheCountryFestOhio #alanjackson #countryfestohio

♬ original sound – Whiskey Riff

Lainey Wilson was singing a cover of Whiskey Riff by Alan Jackson when she said, “I got you,” to a fan holding up a prosthetic leg.

She extended her arm, reaching to grab the leg from her fan. Then, she gave the leg a bit of a trot around stage — how fun is that! After a little bit of dancing, she put the leg down and grabbed a Sharpie from a fan.

She signed the leg and sent it back to its owner, with an incredible memory made.

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This image is from TikTok.

The video is a little dark to see, but the prosthetic leg Lainey Wilson signed appeared to be donned in a cowboy boot. That seems fitting for this fun event!

Fans of Lainey took to the comments to share a bit of love for this artist.

“🤟✌️Love some Lainey Wilson,” wrote one fan.

Country Fest Ohio just wrapped up this weekend, going from June 12-15. Lainey Wilson was one of the headliners, but the show also featured Chris Janson, Thomas Rhett, and Justin Moore. While Ohio isn’t in the south, Country Fest Ohio brings all the fun of country music to the Midwest!

A big thanks to Lainey Wilson for her moment of kindness. It isn’t always easy to navigate big events like this, so when artists take the time to send love to all their fans, it’s a great way to remind venues how important accessibility really is.

The featured image for this post is from TikTok.

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