Marilyn Manson injured by falling props during concert


Heavy metal and rock singer Marilyn Manson got injured by a large stage prop at his Hammerstein Ballroom concert and is being treated at a NY hospital.

The stage crew lifted the prop off Manson, and he lay on the floor for several minutes, the report said, while venue workers shouted for ice to be brought to the scene.

The remainder of the show was cancelled and the extent of the singer's injuries are not yet known.

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Speaking to Rolling Stone, a rep for the singer confirmed the incident. Daily Variety also reported, via a source, that Manson "should be fine", but indicated that was not an official comment from the singer's representatives.

As Fox News put it, "Rocker Marilyn Manson's concert in New York City was abruptly ended Saturday night after he was struck by a stage prop".

A giant prop of two pistols behind Manson fell, trapping him underneath.

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Check out Marilyn Manson's newest single, "We Know Where You Fucking Live", below. "Ice!' repeatedly", Rolling Stone added.

Photo Marilyn Manson was injured at a Saturday concert for his album "Heaven Upside Down", which is set to be released this week.

The kicker, forgive the phrasing, is that Manson broke his ankle on stage the night before in Pittsburgh.

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