A Robbie Williams fan is fighting for her life with serious head injuries after a horrific fall at his concert in Sydney, the Daily Mirror reports.
The woman, believed to be in her 70s, was rushed to hospital and is understood to have been placed in an induced coma following the incident at Sydney’s Allianz Stadium.
She was said to have been on the upper level of the grandstand and was trying to climb the seats when she fell. Paramedics were called to the stadium at 10.15pm, with an Ambulance spokesman confirming to Sky News Australia that she was taken to hospital in a critical condition.
Robbie has yet to comment on the incident, but did take to Instagram to share photos from the night. He wrote: “Sydney: it was an unforgettable night, thank you – I love you Australia. Congratulations to Daniel and Lauren – I wish you a lifetime of happiness together. Rob.”
Fans rushed to congratulate him virtually on the show, with one writing: “What a night! Thank you for an amazing performance. You made 40,000 people feel like you were talking to each one of us personally! A true legend.”
Another commented: “I loved every minute of your show last night. You sang better at the very end”. A third says: “I’ve seen you more times than I can count. In many different cities. This show was the best.”