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Pop star Helene Fischer meets with accident while performing, concert ends abruptly

Helene Fischer

Hannover: German pop star Helene Fischer's concert took an unexpected turn when an acrobatic performance led to a shocking accident. During the show in Hannover on Sunday evening, Fischer was swinging above the audience when she suddenly dropped and hit her head against the trapeze, causing a cut on her nose and blood to flow down her face.

Videos of the incident were shared on social media, highlighting the extent of her injuries.

Fischer initially continued performing as if nothing had happened. However, the injury eventually forced her to abruptly end the concert. Fischer briefly left the stage, assuring everyone that she was fine but needed to address the situation. However, 15 minutes later, the organisers announced the cancellation of the show. The concert organiser's spokesperson confirmed that the singer required medical attention but did not provide further details about the nature of the injury.

Attendees described hearing a strange noise during the incident. Witnesses recounted their shock upon seeing blood spurt from Fischer's nose on monitors. Many fans expressed concern for her well-being and wished her a speedy recovery.

The concert was part of Fischer's Stadium Tour, marking her 42nd show in the series. After a planned summer break, the tour is set to resume in August.

Helene Fischer, known for her German-language songs, enjoys a devoted following in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland. She regularly performs multiple concerts each year.

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