US rock legend Meat Loaf has collapsed on stage during a concert in Edmonton, Canada last night.
The news comes after he cancelled two previous shows on his current tour due to poor health.
Video footage has emerged of the singer and actor performing as he falls to the ground.
After performing his hit song, ‘I Would Do Anything For Love (But I Wont Do That)’ he drops his microphone and hits the floor.
His musicians rushed to him immediately after the fall and the venue was cleared shortly afterwards as ambulances arrived at the scene.
Luckily he was revived and then taken to the hospital, the criticalness of his situation is still unclear at this moment in time.
UPDATE: Meatloaf was revived, after feinting on stage at The Jube. Sources say he was awake & knew his name, EMS took him to hospital.
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For the past few years he has been cancelling dates because of constant health issues, in 2013 he said he was going to quit touring due to these problems.
Meat Loaf also has asthma and in 2007 he was diagnosed with a vocal chord cyst.
He was diagnosed with Wolff-Parkinson-White syndrome after collapsing on stage in 2003.
His rock status has been ever present since his theatrical epic Bat Out Of Hell which was released in 1977 -a record that still sells over 200,000 copies annually – despite being released nearly 40 years ago.