WATCH: Troye Sivan Helps A Fan Come Out On Stage

9 March 2016, 12:43 | Updated: 6 November 2017, 09:33

We the Unicorns

By Charleyy Hodson

I'm not crying, you are.

Everybody's favourite cinnamon roll, Troye Sivan, is currently touring around the world, sending out beautiful vibes and lovely musical feels to everyone he comes into contact with. But one particular fan had her life literally changed for good at a Blue Neighbourhood gig she'll never forget. As a proud supporter and advocate for the LGBT, Troye Sivan just announced the coming out of one his biggest fans live on stage in front of thousands of listeners... including her mother.

The young girl, identified as Kelly/@tronnorpleaz on Twitter, threw a hand-written note onto the stage from the front row, which was then picked up by Troye in the middle of his set. After opening the note and double checking he was okay to read it aloud to the eager crowd, Troye announced; "If you are reading this, can you announce that Kelly is bisexual, please? Kelly's mom is in the crowd". After the crowd went literally WILD, Troye comes over to Kelly, shakes her hand and blows her the most envious kiss in the world. You can see the magical footage below.

Videos recorded later in the night saw Kelly running into an embrace with her mother after an emotional night. The whole evening has gone positively viral on Twitter with Kelly's profile crashing, her DM's being flooded with positive support and her Twitter gaining over 1,000 new followers. She tweeted out; "Thank you so much for reading my note (I'm the bisexual girl) I love you so much... so I showed my mom the video of me running to her after the concert (she hadn't seen it) she said "we're so cute!"... the fact that you guys are CRASHING my Twitter with happiness, love and support is priceless. I genuinely thank you all. So much".

The whole evening seems to have left a positive impact on Troye himself, as he later discusses Kelly's coming out at another concert a few nights later. In between songs, Troye speaks his beautiful heart out to the crowd; "You guys are like warriors to me. I don't know if any of you guys are LGBT in the building, but I appreciate that you guys are my absolute heroes". Hopefully with the acceptance and respect Kelly has gained following her successful coming out with Troye this week, the concept of 'staying in the closet' will soon be a distant memory.