Garth Brooks wears a fan's Special Olympics medal on stage

Over the course of his legendary country-music career, Garth Brooks has undoubtedly received countless incredible and special gifts from fans. However, at a concert in Billings, Montana, over the weekend, he might have gotten the best one yet.

Jessica Hasler is a 30-year-old Special Olympics gold medalist with Down syndrome who made a sign for the show asking Brooks to wear her medal. Joined by her sister Heidi, the pair were able to get the musician's attention and he motioned for them to come forward and toss the medal onstage.

Per KTVQ in Montana, Hasler threw the medal to him and Brooks put it around his neck. She told him he could keep the medal, and he seemed genuinely touched by the gesture.

"This is yours? And you want me to have it? Are you sure? OK, that is very sweet," he said to the crowd. "If you ever decide you want it back, I will have it in good keeping and I will bring it back to you."

You can watch the adorable moment below, and see the amazing gift Brooks gave to another fan.

KTVQ.com | Q2 | Continuous News Coverage | Billings, MT

Looks like it was a night no one will soon forget.

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