Bruce Springsteen’s The River tour backtracked to New York’s Madison Square Garden on Monday to play the show that was postponed in January due to a winter storm. This time, Springsteen brought out a special guest to dance with him during “Ramrod”: his mother.
While the E Street band played the song, he left the stage to find his 90-year-old mom, Adele, sitting in the 100-level seats. According to reports and footage, the crowd erupted in a standing ovation as fans watched Springsteen and Adele dance on the jumbotron.
Previously, Adele has joined him on stage to dance during renditions of “Dancing in the Dark,” a song during which Springsteen usually invites a crowd member to the stage. (Remember the 91-year-old woman he brought out during a show in St. Paul, Minnesota?)
See footage of Springsteen and his mother dancing on Monday below.