Dave Grohl is one of the most beloved figures in the world of modern rock for good reason:
The man's commitment to his music is legendary, and during a show in Sweden last night, Grohl proved once again that almost nothing can keep him from entertaining his fans:
TMZ is reporting that Foo Fighters frontman fell from the stage and broke his leg while covering David Bowie and Queen's 1981 classic "Under Pressure."
As you can see in the clip above, Grohl kept on rocking, but had to concede defeat upon realizing how seriously injured he was.
"You have my promise that the Foo Fighters are gonna come back and finish the show," Grohl told the crowd. "But right now...I'm gonna go to the hospital. I'm gonna fix my leg. Then we're gonna come back and play for you again!"
Sources say Grohl got the medical attention he needed and is currently resting comfortably. No word on when he'll be back on his feet and able to finish the Sweden gig, but we have no doubt he'll make good on his promise.
Dave Grohl, man. Whether he's reminding us not to smoke weed and watch the Kardashians or finishing a song after breaking his freaking leg, this man is clearly committed to making the world a better place.