US superstar Pink has sent her love to a Scots teenager who missed the star's show at Hampden Park in Glasgow - after she was hospitalised for an emergency operation.

Aimee Doig, 13, was admitted to the Victoria Hospital in Kirkcaldy last Wednesday after putting up with the pain for a week. 

The teenager had been looking forward to her first Pink show, part of the Beautiful Trauma World Tour, and her family decided to appeal to the singer on social media - who has now responded. 

Pink said: "Aimee, I am so sorry you missed my show. I hope you're feeling better and i'm sending you all my love. Get better quick."

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Previously her mum said: "She is devastated about missing the concert. She had been given tickets for a Christmas present from her dad and his partner.

"This would be my third time seeing Pink and Aimeé's first. Pink is an inspiration for any person, young or old."

The tweet could be seen by the singer's 32 million followers and attracted the admiration of the star's fans.

Pink has made an impression on the city since she arrived for two packed shows at Hampden Park on Saturday and Sunday.

We also reported that she turned up at a gig in The Garage on Sauchiehall Street to see her duet partner Wrabel perform to an auidence of 60.

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