Halsey says she felt 'so connected' to her Disney World waiter before learning he had 2 tattoos inspired by her music
Halsey recently visited Disney World and shared photos from her trip on Instagram.
The musician said in their caption that they felt connected to their server at dinner at Epcot.
He turned out to be a fan with Halsey tattoos. The musician later brought him on stage at a concert.
Halsey recently visited Disney World and had a special moment with a theme-park employee.
The singer and makeup mogul on Sunday shared five photos from the trip they took while rehearsing for their tour in Florida.
The pictures show Halsey strolling through Magic Kingdom, riding beloved Hollywood Studios rides, and eating dinner with their son, Ender.
"Totally about Ender and not me wanting to ride Cosmic Rewind…" Halsey joked in her post.
The musician said that while eating dinner at Epcot, she felt a connection to her server, Freddy Romero.
"My server was named Freddy and he was incredible," Halsey wrote. "I felt so connected to him for some reason and the dinner was amazing. At the end of our meal he revealed to me that he had TWO Halsey tattoos. A Clementine and a Hurricane. I had no idea. He just felt like a friend right away."
In a message sent to Insider, 26-year-old Romero said he wasn't originally scheduled to work the shift during which he served Halsey. Even once there, another employee was going to serve the musician, but he "begged" his coworker to let him handle their table.
"I was pretty nervous and I was feeling like I was about to pass out, but everything went perfectly — more than expected," he said.
While working, Romero said he and Halsey "joked about spicy food," and discussed "tequila for dessert, margaritas, and how Valentina sauce is their favorite."
It was after Halsey's group had paid for their bill that Romero decided to show the musician his tattoo and a photo they'd taken together five years earlier. He said Halsey stood up, hugged him, and "started crying" in response.
Halsey also asked him if he'd be attending her tour and where he was sitting. But what he didn't expect, as he told Insider, was for the musician to seek him out and bring him on stage.
"I grabbed him from the crowd at the Tampa show and made him come on stage with me so I could dedicate hurricane to him," Halsey said in their Instagram post. "I will never forget that experience. I love meeting you guys out in the wild and knowing right away our hearts and spirits are kindred. It really reenforces to me that we are all connected on a spiritual level."
Halsey added: "Disney is where dreams come true, but Halsey shows are where dreams are made."
And Romero agreed. "I never felt more alive and excited to be in a certain place at a certain time in front of 16,000 souls. I lost count of how many times I said 'I love you,' while she kept saying 'I love you too,'" he told Insider.
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