Fans of Pink are extremely forgiving and don't mind that the singer forgot the words to one of her biggest hits during a concert.

Pink hit the stage at New York City’s Madison Square Garden for her Beautiful Trauma Tour Wednesday. She was belting out the lyrics of her 2006 hit Who Knew when she admitted she couldn’t remember the words during the second verse.

“I forgot the words!” said Pink.

While she’ll have a chance to redeem herself for her second show at the major venue Thursday, fans didn’t actually care that Pink couldn’t remember the words to her own song. Concert attendees hopped on Twitter to offer support for the singer.

One made it clear that they forgave Pink that she forgot the words.

Another fan said it’s typical for Pink to forget the words, but she’s always able to recover and not miss a beat.

One fan didn’t even realize that Pink forgot the words. They were just so happy that Pink sang the song after they suffered a major loss.

The singer is no stranger to being a champ when it comes to recovering from unexpected moments. While her tour is back on track, she had to cancel a number of shows after suffering from the flu twice this year. Still, despite her sickness, she sang the Star-Spangled Banner at the Super Bowl back in February.

She made a statement about the postponed shows in Detroit and Montreal, Quebec and vowed to fans that she would make it up to them.

“I understand how much trouble you go to to be at my shows, what it entails, the planning, the schedules, etc. I am very very sorry, and I’m very grateful for your understanding,” wrote Pink. “I will absolutely do this show at a later date, and it will be the full show. Again, I’m very sorry and have tried so hard to avoid this.”

She also revealed her husband and their two children suffered from the flu this season and sent positive vibes to anyone else dealing with the illness.

During her sickness, Pink also supported the March For Our Lives moment on social media last month. Hundreds of thousands of students and their supporters rallied in the streets of D.C. and cities across the nation in hopes of stopping gun violence and promoting gun reform.

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