Rammstein's leader Till Lindemann fell off the stage, but the band did not react. Video.

Till Lindermann falls off the stage

The leader of the German rock band Rammstein, Till Lindemann, fell off the stage at a concert in Vilnius, Lithuania. It happened so suddenly and quietly that the band didn't notice the embarrassment and continued to stand.

Nevertheless, the rocker's fall did not go unnoticed by the audience, who were worried about the star. The video was shared on YouTube (to see photos and videos, scroll to the bottom of the page).

The videos show that the artist thanked the audience in three languages - English, German and Russian - at the end of the concert. He then turned around with the intention of leaving the stage, but suddenly lost his balance.

Lindermann fell almost silently, so no one paid attention to his embarrassment. His fellow musicians did not rush to the star's aid, which surprised the audience.

When they suspected that something strange had happened, they continued to look at the place where the soloist had fallen without emotion. What happened to the star is unknown. Nor is it known whether he was injured.

However, netizens claim that Till Lindermann later went back up on stage, so it can be assumed that he was not injured.

It is worth reminding you that such embarrassments are not uncommon for stars. For example, Ukrainian singer Zlata Ognevich recently lost her balance on stage.

As OBOZREVATEL wrote earlier, singer Jerry Heil was injured on stage due to a fall. After being hospitalised, she posted a video of herself falling into a three-metre orchestra pit and spoke about her health. After the incident, the singer fainted and burst into tears in the hospital.

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