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Marilyn Manson Takes A Tumble

04:01 PM Thursday 2/7/13 |   |

Marilyn Manson collapsed on stage last night while performing Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.  But, don’t worry.  It appears the shock rocker was merely under the weather and should be back on his feet in no time.

  • Marilyn Manson

    St. Jakobshalle, Basel, Switzerland
    December 11, 2012

    (AP Photo / Keystone / Patrick Straub)

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Performing at TCU Place, Manson and the band were approximately 70 seconds into “Beautiful People” when he keeled over.

But the band played on.  That is, until Manson was helped off the stage.


(Manson collapses at approx. at 1:27)

Turns out Manson wasn’t quite in the pink last night.

“He’s fine. He had the flu and he threw up,” Manson’s publicist said, according to USA Today.  “He’s recovering today, his day off.  The tour goes on as planned tomorrow (Feb. 8) in Calgary.”


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