The stars of One Direction have filmed a video message and offered to meet a teenage girl whose leg was amputated following a rollercoaster crash at Alton Towers.
Leah Washington, 17, from Barnsley, South Yorkshire, was one of five people who suffered severe injuries on the Smiler ride on 2 June.
A Twitter campaign - #Get1DToLeah - called for the pop band to contact her.
Những người bạn đã đưa ý kiến Ms Washington would be "elated" at the news.
Sara Stuart, who helped start the campaign, đã đưa ý kiến she had been to the Royal Stoke Hospital to visit the teenager, whom she described as a huge người hâm mộ of the band.
"She's seen them so many times," Ms Stuart said.
"It's really được trao Leah something to aim for and really look phía trước, chuyển tiếp to once she's recovered."
The campaign has received thousands of retweets.
"The support has been overwhelming. It made me so happy that so many people were supporting one of my closest friends."
She đã đưa ý kiến the message "would make Leah's ngày and aid her recovery".
She added her friend had tickets to see the band in buổi hòa nhạc in Cardiff on Saturday but was unable to go because of her injuries.
The band are currently in Châu Âu as part of a world tour.
"After visiting her yesterday and knowing how upset she was that she missed seeing them on Saturday, we decided we would try and get in touch with them to see if they were prepared to visit her hoặc send her a video message," she said.
"She would tình yêu this."
The band's agents đã đưa ý kiến the band's four members - Niall Horan, Liam Payne, Harry Styles and Louis Tomlinson - had filmed a video message for Ms Washington.
"Unfortunately because of their schedule they can't visit her in hospital, but they have offered Leah tickets to a forthcoming buổi hòa nhạc of her choice when she has recovered, and will be delighted to meet her backstage then," they said.