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Avicii's show at the TD Garden in Boston, Mass., took a scary turn Wednesday night when at least 36 fans of the Swedish DJ were taken to the hospital.

A "Level 2 Mass Casualty" incident was declared, but there were no fatalities, and better yet, reports indicate all of the injuries were minor to moderate.

EMS workers told the Boston Globe that over 50 people were treated at the scene, and 36 were hospitalized for dehydration, drug, and alcohol issues.

The ages of the victims ranged from 16 to 25.

"You couldn't breathe if you were on the floor," concertgoer Mike Santostefano told the Globe of the show, adding "It was the best and worst time ever."

That about sums up an Avicii concert.

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What's in a name? As it turns out, maybe everything.

Since Shakespeare first posited the question in Romeo and Juliet, actors have been using fake names to land professional roles. Not only did it allow them some semblance of privacy before the dawn of Wikipedia, but let's face it, some people just aren't born with great names.

Ella Maria Lani Yelich-O'Connor? Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta? Quite a mouthful.

If an actor or musician's entire career is dedicated to being someone else - a character or personality, perhaps - then a good stage name can go a long way to making that career explode.

More celebrities use pseudonyms than you might think. In fact, here are 67 stars who don't use their real names. Which ones did you know before viewing this gallery?

Musical sensation Lorde was given the name Ella Maria Lani Yelich-O'Connor at birth. We'd probably go with Lorde, too.

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