It appears Yungblud has taken a leaf out of Dave Grohls book, as he continued to rock out on stage even though he had broken his ankle.
The 20-year-old proved that nothing could stop him from finishing his gig, as he refused to leave the stage despite his injuries.
Taking to Twitter he announced the news by saying: think Ive broke my ankle … but show was lit, before making light of the drama by adding lol onto the end of his tweet.
Fans captured the moment when the accident happened, and uploaded videos of the star head banging while sat on a stool with his foot in the air.
Although we can only imagine how painful it must have been, Yungblud beamed at the camera while spitting out his lyrics.
He proudly shared the video with his fans, who went absolutely wild for the star.
One wrote: Dedication at its finest we dont deserve you! But take the next few shows easy ya mad man! (sic)
Another added: Wow wtf I feel so sorry for ya. That youre still touring is crazy and shows your love towards us but still, take care of yourself man (sic)
Someone else commented: thats rock and roll baby/ may you have a quick recovery and welcome to the broken ankle club.
But the craziness didnt end there, as Yungblud revealed hed ended up in hospital to get a cast fitted before heading off to perform at Austin City Limits music festival.
Nothing was going to get in the way of his show, as more video footage emerged of the singer being rolled out on to stage in a wheel chair in order for him to make his slot.
And even though hell need time to recover, it appears he doesnt plan on slowing down, as the star reassured his followers that his tour will still be going ahead.
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During his string of tweets, he announced: and yes i will obv be still doing the tour … probably from a wheel chair rock n roll baby.
But its going to have to be one heck of a speedy recovery, as his tour kicks off later this month as he heads off around the States before bringing his show to Europe.
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