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When a concert stadium venue in Prague was deemed structurally unsafe, Jason Derulo was forced to cancel his performance.

But the 29-year-old singer didn't disappoint his fans. Instead, the "Swalla" singer made sure they walked away from the evening with the best memory ever.



There are few things more disappointing than waiting to see your favorite artist perform live only to to be dealt a last minute cancellation due to unexpected circumstances.

Derulo understands this frustration. And because he adores his fans so much, he gave an impromptu mini-concert from the balcony of the venue that originally scheduled his show that night.

A source told TMZ that when Derulo and his team arrived for rehearsals at the Tipsport Arena, his tour manager expressed "serious concerns over the stage that could have compromised the safety of him, the dancers and fans."

Derulo posted on Instagram.

"The venue was declared unsafe last night so I performed outside on the balcony.Tho we'll reschedule a proper date I couldn't leave my family empty handed. The love and fellowship we shared last night will be forever tattooed on my heart."

The impromptu performance turned out to be special in its own right.



His gesture earned him a new fan.

Not many artists are as classy as Jason Derulo, as this fan points out.


Derulo performed some of the songs planned for that evening using only a microphone. And he was still one of the classiest acts around.

H/T - TMZ, Twitter, ET

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