Motley Crue member Vince Neil rushed to a hospital after falling off the stage

Vince Neil was taken to hospital after falling off the stage at a show in Tennessee (Photo: Getty Images)

Vince Neil, a member of the Motley Crue band, was "taken to the hospital" after falling off the stage during a gig in Tennessee.

On Friday, October 15, the 60-year-old singer made a misstep and tripped while performing a one-person act.

The star, according to TMZ, went through a hole between the stage and the massive front speaker at the Monster on the Mountain festival in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee.

After falling onto the cement floor, Vince was rushed to the hospital by ambulance.

Thankfully, despite falling four feet to the ground, the superstar could get to his feet with some assistance.

A member of security and a roadie were dispatched to assist the performer right away.

According to the news source, while Neil was spotted limping away, he was completely aware and was transported to the hospital as a precaution.

Vince's crew believed he had broken "several ribs" during the accident, according to TMZ.

The actor was believed to have undergone X-rays at a local hospital, but no additional information was released on his condition.

Neil is anticipated to be "ok" according to the website.

The audience was taken aback by the horrific accident, with numerous unconfirmed video footage circulating online.

Despite Vince's fall, the show continued with nary a break as guitarist Jeff Blando stepped in to sing the vocals.

Earlier this year, the Motley Crue frontman lost his voice again on stage.

At the Tennessee festival on Friday, attendees were thrilled with Vince's singing and audience participation.

Motley Crue was founded in Los Angeles in 1981, during the height of the rock and heavy metal revolutions.

Tommy Lee, Nikki Sixx, and Mick Mars completed the renowned band alongside Vince.

The group's last performance as a whole was in 2015.

Publish : 2021-10-17 11:36:00

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