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Terminally Ill 88-Year-Old Gets Flirty With Her Favorite Country Singer

Playing Terminally Ill 88-Year-Old Gets Flirty With Her Favorite Country Singer

A terminally ill 88-year-old woman may have gotten a bit too friendly with one of her favorite country singers, but he didn't mind one bit.

It all started when Frances Stanaway, of Missouri, was able to meet country star Luke Bryan after his concert Friday at the Sprint Center in Kansas City.

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"She was very excited," Stanaway’s daughter-in-law, Linda Sokolaski, told InsideEdition.com.

The meeting was organized by Crossroads Hospice & Palliative Care, where Stanaway is currently staying. The organization has a “Gift of a Day” program where hospice patients are granted final wishes.

Stanaway’s night started with a dinner followed by the concert.

"She enjoyed the concert. Her foot was moving the whole time," Sokolaski said.

The night ended with a photo-op, but Stanaway got much more than she bargained for when Bryan allowed her to touch his rear end.

With the 88-year-old wearing a shirt made for her by the program that read: “Shake it for me, Luke,” she grabbed the star’s cheeks with two hands and posed for a photo.

“I liked it,” Stanaway told InsideEdition.com. “He’s got a butt as solid as a rock.”

Sokolaski said Stanaway couldn’t stop talking about what a great night she had.

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Bryan even autographed a picture of his derriere for Stanaway.

“I have never seen a person that famous be so good with everyone,” Sokolaski said. “Just the grin on her face in the picture, it just shows how much she had fun."

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