Helene Fischer, who had an accident at the concert, was left in blood

German pop star Helene Fischer suffered a face injury after falling off the trapeze during her concert in Hannover. The singer’s face was covered in blood and her concert was cancelled. The concert organizer announced that there is no information yet about the severity of the injury. Helene Fischer is known for her acrobatic performances and has broken her ribs before.

German pop star Helene Fishcher was covered in blood when her face hit the mechanism while swinging from the trapeze on stage. The famous name continued on the stage after the accident he experienced. Fishcher, 38, was ironically singing his song “Wounds” at the time of the accident.


Helene’s face was covered in blood from the deep cut on her nose. However, he bravely tried to finish his song, Scars, and then interrupted his concert. At the end of the song, the singer, who was taken off the stage by her team, saw that the audience was worried and said, “I need to clean this up first, darlings. Everything is fine.” However, the concert was canceled 15 minutes later due to “medical necessity”.


German newspaper Bild reported that a “strange noise” was heard at the time of the accident. According to another claim, it was stated that a spectator cried in shock when he saw the blood on his face on big screens. A spokesperson for concert promoter Live Nation said Fishcher is being treated and there is no information yet about the severity of the injury.


He is known for Helene’s acrobatic performances, and he broke his rib in an accident during rehearsal in March of this year. But as she announced on Instagram, she started her tour as scheduled on April 11 in Hamburg. Helene’s stadium tour will continue in Cologne in August after the planned summer vacation. She is known for her circus-inspired performances filled with dangerous stunts and amazing vocals.

Ece Nagihan

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