Pink taken to hospital after stage fall
Friday 16 July 2010
A spokesman for Pink's concerts in Germany says the singer fell off the stage after a stunt went wrong and she underwent a checkup at a hospital.
Peter Riegert Concerts' Stefan Guentner said today the singer wasn't seriously injured in the incident yesterday evening in Nuremberg.
While singing "So What," Pink fell out of a harness which was supposed to carry her toward the crowd. A YouTube video shows the 30-year-old climbing back onto the stage after the incident, but the concert was halted and she was taken to a hospital.
Another agency, Allgaeu Concerts, said on its website that today's concert in Salem, southwestern Germany, will take place as scheduled. It said: "Pink is in Salem, she's fine and is looking forward to the show."
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