It seems that the much talked-about Guns N' Roses reunion tour hasn't got off to the best start.
Frontman Axl Rose - who is also rumoured to be joining AC/DC for a number of gigs later this year - broke his foot because of over-enthuasiasm on stage.
He shared a video message from his doctor via Twitter, who explained what had happened:
This is what can happen when you do something you haven't done in nearly over 23 years,"Internal Fixation" (à¸‡'Ì€-'ÌÂÂ?)à¸‡ https://t.co/jFTz3MQw82
— Axl Rose (@axlrose) April 8, 2016
However, it seems that a fellow rock star who was in a previous situation last year - i.e. Dave Grohl - has come to the rescue.
Grohl broke his leg in Sweden, which meant that Foo Fighters had to cancel their planned Glastonbury headline slot - but he continued touring with the use of a 'rock throne', from which he could play sitting down.
Now, it appears that he's given Rose a lend of the throne for his own use:
HUGE THANK YOU to Dave Grohl for the use of his rock Throne! An amazing gesture!Words rn't enough!! Makes all the difference up there!ðŸÅ½™ðŸÅ½›ðŸ”¥ðŸÅ½¸ðŸÅ½¯ðŸ'¥
— Axl Rose (@axlrose) April 10, 2016
In other words, the Guns N' Roses tour will continue with Rose's foot in plaster - and perched atop his throne.
Watch them perform 'Welcome to the Jungle' in Las Vegas on Friday night: