A Robbie Williams fan has died in hospital after struggling a fall at his live performance in Sydney.
The lady, who was in her 70s, was handled for head accidents and brought to hospital after falling over on the Allianz Stadium on the opening night time of Williams‘ Australian XXV tour final Thursday.
She died on Monday, St. Vincent’s Hospital confirmed.
A spokesperson from New South Wales Ambulance mentioned: “About 10.30pm Thursday November 16, NSW Ambulance paramedics were called to Driver Avenue, Paddington.
“Paramedics handled a girl in her 70s for head accidents earlier than transporting her to St Vincent’s Hospital in a vital situation.”
Williams is yet to comment on the death.
After the tour opener, he shared a video on Instagram with the caption: “I’m very fortunate to be cherished as a lot as I’m *by my viewers*.
“But Sydney was the most I think I’ve ever received. I’ll store it in my heart for the bumpy nights.”
Sky News has contacted representatives for Williams and Venues NSW for remark.
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It follows the demise of a 23-year-old fan at a Taylor Swift live performance.
Ana Clara Benevides Machado was attending the Eras tour in Rio de Janeiro on Friday when she fell in poor health as temperatures contained in the stadium reached as much as 60C, in keeping with native media.
Concert organisers Time4Fun mentioned Ms Benevides Machado was taken to hospital, the place she died an hour later.
Writing on Instagram after studying of the incident shortly earlier than taking to the stage, Swift wrote on Instagram: “I can’t believe I’m writing these words but it is with shattered heart that I say we lost a fan earlier tonight before my show.
“I am unable to even inform you how devastated I’m by this.”
Swift added she would not be addressing the incident on stage because she was “overwhelmed by grief”.
She postponed her Saturday night show due to “excessive temperatures”.