Cher Lloyd didn't have such a good time as she was bottled off stage during her performance at V Festival at Hylands Park in Chelmsford, Essex but the singer has seen huge support from her fellow musicians including The Scripts' Danny O'Donoghue.
The Voice judge has said the experience must have been 'awful' for Lloyd, who was seen running off the stage in tears after one audience member launched a bottle of urine at her.
"That's an awful thing to to happen to such a young girl, and I hope she doesn't take offence from it," he told Gigwise. "I would probably have said the organisers could have seen that before it happened.
"I'm surprised it happened at V fest, that's quite a 'pop' festival. I guess the V festival-goers are going to go to watch the left-of-centre acts, but then I guess ones that are so straight forward, ones that have come off the television."
Professor Green and Example have also defended the singer after the incident.
Writing on Twitter, Prof Green said: "Someone needs to have a word with themselves... how f**king disgusting can people be? Chin up @cherlloyd.
"It's easier to walk away from a stage if you don't like an artist than it is to fill a bottle with p**s and launch it, surely?"
He added: "I got hit with a pound coin once. I suspect it cost the person who threw it more than it did me.
"I'd take the hate and the success over being unsuccessful and as stuck as I was before any day of the week."
Example also waded in, quipping: "Whilst i'm not a fan of Cher Lloyd I don't think anyone deserves bottles of piss thrown at them. Stick to plain old booing in future people."
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