Florence Welch receives fake bloody severed hand from fan

Someone was kind enough to give Florence Welch a hand … literally.

The lead singer of Florence + the Machine was given a fake bloody hand by a fan last week during one the band’s two concerts at Madison Square Garden, according to People.

Welch was in the middle of chatting with the crowd when the hand was flung onstage by an unknown audience member.

“It’s a beautiful bloody severed hand,” the 36-year-old crooner said. “How did you know?”

Welch joked that she would “eat it later” before returning to the microphone.

The “Cosmic Love” singer posted a clip of the interaction on TikTok, where it immediately went viral.

Florence Welch was gifted a fake severed hand during one of her band’s two concerts at Madison Square Garden.
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Florence was in the middle of chatting with the crowd when the hand was flung onstage by an unknown audience  member.
She was in the middle of chatting with the crowd when the hand was flung onstage by an unknown audience member.
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As of Thursday, the video had more than 110,00 views and 29,000 likes.

Welch hasn’t returned The Post’s request for comment.

Several fans commented on the interaction.

The interaction between the "Cosmic Love" singer and the hand was posted Tusday on TikTok where it immediately went viral.
The interaction between the “Cosmic Love” singer and the hand was posted on TikTok where it immediately went viral.
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Welch joked that she was going to save the hand "for later" saying it was bad to eat in the middle of a show.
Welch joked that she was going to save the hand “for later” saying it was bad to eat in the middle of a show.
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“Did anybody else get the same vibe as ‘it’s an avocado thanks’ or is it just me,” said one user, referencing another viral meme.

“So wholesome I love it,” another said.

“At this point I wouldn’t be surprised if she was a vampire,” joked another fan.

In July, Welch revealed on the podcast “The Way We Are” that she struggled with alcohol consumption.

“It took me a long time to come to terms with the fact that I had a problem with drinking because I was one of those drinkers where [it was all or nothing],” Welch said.

“If I enjoy my drinking, I can’t control it, and if I control my drinking, I don’t enjoy it. That was a real wake-up call for me.”

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