No doubt about it: Gwen Stefani can't stand bullies!
During her concert in West Palm Beach, Florida, on Wednesday night, the "Voice" coach pulled a young fan onstage after learning he was the victim of bullying.
In between performing songs during the show, the "Make Me Like You" singer stopped to read a sign aloud onstage that the boy's mother had written.
"My son was bullied from the first to fifth grade," Stefani read before exclaiming, "What?!" As it turns out, Stefani's music was one of the only things the child could find comfort in after enduring his schoolyard tormentors.
"He would come home every day upset, but he'd go to his room, listen to your music and smile,” Stefani read, before tossing the sign aside and yelling, "Get up here right now!"
Once onstage, the boy teared up immediately while meeting his idol, who was quick to embrace him while the crowd cheered both of 'em on.
And it appears the moment meant as much to Stefani as it did to her young fan. Not only did she post a backstage photo with her new buddy on her Instagram account, but she shared a video of their onstage encounter.
"About 3 years ago when things were hard in my life I prayed to God everyday that I could get a chance to use my gift that God gave me and make a difference in some way in this world—last night this little guy was the answer to my prayers #zerotoleranceforbullies #onelove #thisiswhatthetruthfeelslike Gx," Stefani captioned the video.
Looks like this "little guy" made a big impact on the songstress!