Sky Ferreira Gets 60 Stitches After a Fall at Miley Cyrus Concert: Shows Up Next Day to Sing
By nidhi tewari | February 25, 2014 1:28 PM EST
Now that is what we call some serious dedication. The opening singer at Miley Cyrus' "Bangerz" tour - Sky Ferreira was so engrossed in her singing act at Miley's Anaheim, California tour on Friday that she didn't even notice that she has ripped open her leg from one place and was bleeding on stage. The 21-year-old singer reportedly took a tumble and fell and injured her leg. But for Sky - the show must go on.
Singer Miley Cyrus performs during KIIS FM's Jingle Ball concert at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California, December 6, 2013.
The "You Are Not The One" singer later posted the pictures of getting carried in a wheelchair to the hospital where she was medicated. According to Sky's Instagram posts, she was administered a whopping 60 stitches for her injury.
"I fell during the intro of the 1st song of the set," she posted on Instagram. "I ended up with 60 stitches & at the hospital for 7 hours."
"I didn't even notice the injury until 10 mins after I played bc I had so much fun. I just figured it was some blood," Sky further wrote on Instagram along with a lot of her pictures. As a result of her injury, Ferreira also had to take a back seat and cancel a Rolling Stone Google+ Hangout session. But it was just for one day.
However the singer was brave enough to come up and perform ferociously again on stage for the Miley Cyrus' "Bangerz" concert in Los Angeles. "I'm so excited to do the LA show tomorrow (despite the not so cool bandage around my leg)," Sky wrote on her Instagram page.
Miley Cyrus and Sky have been good friends and both love to do weird stuff. The two singers were spotted wearing ugly buck teeth grills and enjoying on Feb. 24. It is not clear if the pictures were taken before or after Miley's "Bangerz" concert but Sky has put a very interesting headline to it which reads, "beauty is in the eye of the beholder." Check out the picture here and below.
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