MÖTLEY CRÜE frontman Vince Neil says that he broke his foot onstage at last night's (Wednesday, September 12) CRÜE/KISS show in Ohio. Neil's injury could affect the remainder of "The Tour", which kicked off at the end of July and is set to run for another week and a half.
Paramedics were called to treat Neil after he reportedly sustained the injury during the concert at the Blossom Music Center in Cuyahoga Falls, a suburb of Cleveland.
Neil travelled to the next tour stop in Toronto, Canada, where he is currently consulting physicians after undergoing an X-ray.
Vince confirmed the injury in a post on his Twitter profile, writing, "Cleveland tonight. Paramedics think I broke my foot. I hope not. Getting X-ray tomorrow in Toronto. Thanks Cleveland for understanding!!"
Today Neil updated his fans with the following tweet: "Yea it's broke!!" he also attached a photo of his foot before it was placed in a cast.
**UPDATE**: According to Neil, he has "two fractured bones [but] the show must go on!!" He adds, "I'm sorry I won't be able to give you the show you deserve!" A post-cast photo is also available.
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