4 Photos of Angelina Jolie comforting a crying fan will make your day

Dec 5, 2014 at 12:56 p.m. ET
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An ailing fan waiting to see Angeline Jolie outside the Daily Show studios got more than she bargained for when the actress approached and comforted her in person.

Angelina Jolie with fan

After suffering a panic attack while watching Jolie step out of the Jon Stewart set, a die-hard fan was seen by the Maleficent star being steered out of the engulfing crowd. Taking an interest in the panicked woman, Jolie quickly made a beeline for her to see what was going on. Noticing she was crying, Jolie inquired as to what was wrong with her.

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Crouching down on the sidewalk, Jolie asked the animal hat-wearing fan, "Are you OK?" and proceeded to wipe the stricken lady's tears away. The admirer, whose name was Techna, was sitting on the floor holding a magazine with Jolie on the cover and one of the megastar's DVDs.

Angelina Jolie with fan

While the crowd "awwed" in response to Jolie's sweet act, the brunette stunner took Techna's camera and snapped several selfies with her. She then exchanged a few words with the overwhelmed woman before getting into her waiting limo.

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The distraught fan later posted one of the photos with Jolie on Instagram and detailed her exciting experience to her followers.

Angelina Jolie with fan

"Just to put it out there, I went there to the Daily Show with my Friend to get Angelina Jolie," Techna wrote. "We was practically in the back when we went to the side in hope of getting her. Then the guards added another baracade. Chaos erupted to the point. I was getting squished to the point I started to have a panic attack."

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Angelina Jolie and fan

Techna continued writing, "She saw me struggling to the point that the security pull me out and sat down. Angelina didn't leave till she made sure I was ok."

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