EDMONTON, Canada (CelebrityAccess) — The Paradise by the Dashboard Light and Grammy award singer Meatloaf took a tumble during his show on June 16. The show did not go on and Meatloaf headed to the hospital leaving fans confused and concerned.
Meatloaf was performing at the Northern Jubilee Auditorium in Edmonton, Canada which is where he was when he collapsed, the Edmonton Sun and CBC News reported.
CBC News said via Twitter the 68-year-old artist's current condition is unknown, although he was diagnosed with an irregular heartbeat problem known as Wolff-Parkinson-White syndrome after another onstage collapse in London in 2003.
Representatives for Meatloaf did not immediately reply to request for comment to USA Today and his social media accounts had not been updated to reflect the incident as of Friday morning.
Meatloaf’s Most well known for his album Bat Out Of Hell was currently on tour in Canada and for now the following concerts have been postponed.
One witness, Jamie Carriere, told CBC News Meat Loaf was performing his Grammy-winning song I Would Do Anything For Love (But I Won't Do That) from the 1993 album, as an encore, when he collapsed.