Miley Cyrus is going the extra mile to reach out to her fans involved in the attack in Las Vegas on lOctober 1. In fact, the "Malibu" singer took the time to record a heartfelt video for a supporter who survived the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history.

The singer found out that one of her avid fans, Katrina Hannah, was shot twice during the incident at the Route 91 Country Music Festival. Many of her colleagues, as well as "The Voice" contestants, have told her about the victim and she thought that she might do something for her after the traumatic episode.

Singer sends well-wishes to a survivor of Las Vegas shooting

In the video message, Miley Cyrus expressed her well-wishes to Katrina Hannah, her family, and friends as she hoped for the fan's speedy recovery. "I just want you to know that you’ll be in my mind and in my heart," she added.

Katrina Hannah was so touched that she broke down in tears when she saw the surprise video message from the singer-actress. According to the publication, the victim survived the shooting incident after a friend gave her some first aid with the use of a tourniquet to stop the bleeding. Fortunately, a stranger helped them and rushed her to the hospital after the attack.

Meanwhile, many people commended the "Younger Now" singer for her kind gesture and for taking the time to communicate with her supporters.

"We love you, Miley Cyrus! Keep being the positive ray of light in this world," a commenter said.

This is not the first time the singer-actress has done something for the victims of the Las Vegas shooting. Shortly after the incident took place, Miley Cyrus used her appearance on Jimmy Fallon's "The Tonight Show" to dedicate an emotional rendition of Dido's "No Freedom" with Adam Sandler.

Singers, actors respond to the mass shooting

Several celebrities have also spoken up to condemn the mass shooting that took the innocent lives of 58 people and brought injuries and trauma to hundreds of individuals at the music event.

Jason Aldean, who was performing his last set when the gunfire started, had to cancel his California shows out of respect for the people involved in the tragic incident.

He and his pregnant wife, Brittany, even paid a visit to the survivors a week after the senseless attack took place. Harry Styles, Christina Perri, Busy Phillips, Nick Jonas and more took to social media to send their thoughts and prayers to the victims and their families.