Marilyn Manson takes a fall
Marilyn Manson takes a fall
Marilyn Manson took quite a topple during his performance of "The Beautiful People" Friday at Stage AE in Pittsburgh. Manson claims to have broken his ankle upon the fall, but managed to crawl back on stage just before stopping the song short to explain to the audience what happened.
The fall took place as Manson was stepping down from the stage to sing to fans at the barricade. The frontman was only down for a few moments before he managed to get back up and continue what he set out to do. Manson eventually crawled back onto the stage, stopping the song short to address the audience.
"I just broke my ankle, but it's okay because Alice Glass is going to fill in for me." Manson told fans as he brought out the opener Wolf Alice to help him finish the song which was, luckily, the very last song of the set. "I told you I'd break my ankle because the tour manager is a fascist."
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