Dave Grohl breaks his leg during show, but kept on going

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Dave Grohl

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It seems that the old proverb “No matter what happens, the show must go on” has perfectly fitted for the singer Dave Grohl. The ex-Nirvana drummer and currently the founder/frontman/guitarist of Foo Fighter has broken his leg during a show in Gothenburg, Sweden. It all happened on June-12, 2015 when he Grohl lept from the stage during the second song in the set and felt his leg break. He was immediately rushed to the hospital after handling the vocal duty to the drummer Taylor Hawkins and giving this following message.

“Now look, I think I just broke my leg. I think I REALLY broke my leg. So look, you have my promise, right now, that the Foo Fighters; we’re gonna come back and finish the show. Right now, I’m gonna go to the hospital. I’m gonna fix my leg, but then I’m gonna come back and we’re gonna play for you again. I’m so sorry, I’m so sorry. We’re gonna do it, but right now, Taylor Hawkins, you’ve gotta do it. You’ve gotta do it.”

You think that’s over?! If you think it then you are gravely mistaken. After having an X-ray and taped his leg in plaster, he returned back and finished the whole show. HOW COOL IS THAT?!!!

To prove that, here are the pictures taken from the internet.

Dave Grohl (broken leg x-ray)_2

picture: thejournal.ie


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