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Garth Brooks serenades cancer patient at Minnesota concert

Garth Brooks speaks onstage during the 48th annual CMA Awards at the Bridgestone Arena on Nov. 5, 2014, in Nashville, Tennessee.

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A woman fighting breast cancer found herself in the spotlight during a recent Garth Brooks concert in Minneapolis, when she was serenaded by the country music star.

Teresa Shaw and her daughter traveled from Iowa to see Brooks' show in Minneapolis on Friday. Shaw brought a sign that read, "Chemo this morning. Garth tonight. Enjoy the dance."

"The next thing I knew, another usher was coming up to me and were like, 'follow us,'" Shaw said, according to KARE-TV. "And they took me to the very front, right in front of him."

During Brooks' hit song "The Dance," Shaw was next to the stage when Brooks walked over and started singing to her. He then handed her his guitar and kissed her on the forehead.

Brooks took Shaw's sign and held it up, telling her, "you have all my strength, you have everybody's strength in here, and you go kick cancer's ass!"