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Meat Loaf collapsed on stage last night in front of a crowd in Canada.

The 68-year-old singer was performing at the Jubilee Auditorium on Thursday night when things took a bad turn. 

During his performance of "I’d Do Anything For Love," the star bent over, before falling to the ground.

He dropped his microphone and then his security ran over to check on him. 

They realized the severity of the situation and got the singer medical attention. 

The crowd actually seemed pretty confused about the whole thing and kind of hit a lull. 

Fans were told to leave the area in order to ensure the singer was okay. 

17-year-old fan Sophia Shandalla told the Edmonton Journal:

"I was scared. I didn’t know what to think."

"I didn’t know if it was real. All of the band stopped playing instantly."

Soon after, when they were sure he had collapsed, panic set in for them. 

The singer recently canceled a string of shows for medical reasons, but has never really opened up about his medical woes. 

This isn’t the first time Meat Loaf has collapsed on stage, so it’s pretty concerning. 

Meat Loaf’s condition is currently unknown. 

His medical issues have had him cancelling a lot of shows over the years. 

He even went as far as to call his last tour his final one, but he has continued on to ensure that he can tour as much as he can. 

That shows he really loves what he does.

We’ll keep you updated on any changes in his condition. 

We extend our well wishes to the singer.