Last night, Shock Rocker Marilyn Manson was rushed to hospital after being injured by a falling stage prop. His NYC concert was brought to an abrupt halt after witnesses report part of the stage prop collapsed on top of him.

TMZ reports that Manson was reportedly about an hour into his show at the Manhattan Center Hammerstein Ballroom — performing his hit “Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)” — when the stage prop fell on top of him.

 

Witnesses say it took several minutes for emergency workers to get Manson out from under the props, and he was put on a stretcher and taken to the hospital. No word yet on the rock star’s injuries.

The remainder of the show was obviously cancelled. Fans attending the event have been sharing reactions and accounts of the accident (and videos, which we have chosen not to post here.)

Marilyn Manson has been shocking parents with his bad attitude and catchy tracks since 1989. He has released 10 original albums, the current tour promoting his most recent release; Heaven Upside Down (2017). This accident also comes right on the heel of Marilyn Manson’s return to film. He stars in the very recently released Let Me Make You A Martyr.

We will update this post as more news arises. For tour information, visit the band’s website (no word yet on any upcoming cancellations, which may be good news). Let Me Make You a Martyr is now streaming on Shudder.

 

UPDATE:

Reps for Marilyn Mason have cancelled 9 upcoming dates of the tour and released a statement on the incident last night just hours ago;

Marilyn Manson is being forced to cancel several of his October dates on his forthcoming US tour,

On Saturday night, the legendary performer suffered an injury on stage towards the end of his set at NYC’s Hammerstein Ballroom causing him to cut the show short. He was treated for the injury at a local hospital and will be recuperating at home in Los Angeles.

The shows from Boston, October 2 through Houston, October 14 will be rescheduled for a later date. Manson hopes to return to the stage soon, more details on upcoming shows to follow.