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To make her even luckier, this isn't even the first time this has happened to her. Heintz said Springsteen has invited her to dance at least three or four times. “I know three for sure,” she said with a laugh. “We had a ball. It was beautiful. I was thrilled to death, every time I went up there I was thrilled to death.” Being 91, she has some health issues. But listening to Bruce makes her feel great and forget about her troubles for a while. Jeanne's daughter, Jackie, is usually with her mother at the shows. This time she wasn't, but was able to comment on the performance.

“It breathes life into her,” Jackie said. “For her to be back up on stage, perhaps for the last time – I mean, I hope not – was so special. She told me the hug he gave was so tight. It wasn’t goodbye, but thank you for what you do, from both directions. She said she could feel the electricity in the arena.”

This is so special! Thank you, Bruce, for giving Jeanne with so many incredible memories.

H/T Twin Cities

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