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After concert-stopping fall, Pink is back on stage

After the fall, the 'So What' singer had apologized to fans while on her way to the hospital in the ambulance.

She kept her promise. After a frightening fall during a concert in Nuremberg, Germany, Thursday night which caused Pink to end the show abruptly, the 30-year-old singer was back onstage the next day.

The fall from a harness, directly onto a steel barricade, left the singer uninjured but "seriously sore." As a precaution she was rushed to the hospital.

'No pain, no gain'
After being released from the hospital. she tweeted that she was well and would be back to perform.

"Full steam ahead people. No pain, no gain. or is it no brain, no pain? either way, i will be on that stage, even if i have to crawl," she tweeted Friday morning.

Pink's husband, Carey Hart, too was confident that she would be ready for her next show; an open air concert in Salem, near Lake Constance scheduled on Friday evening.

And from the hospital, Hart had twitted in lighter vein, "Nooo! I WON!! RT @hartluck: Fyi@pink out of the hospital+ all good. Just got the shit kicked out of her by the barrier. Steel barrier-1 Pink-0."

"She [will] better feel better soon, she has a show tomorrow!" he tweeted. "No, seriously, she is good. Just super banged up. One tough girl."

She also rolled out a message of appreciation, tweeting, "a HUMONGOUS thank you to everyone who sent their love and concern."

The mild scare
After the fall, the 'So What' singer had apologized to fans while on her way to the hospital in the ambulance.

“To all my nurnberg fans- I am so so so sorry to end the show that way. I am embarassed and very sorry. I'm in ambulance now but I will b fine,” she tweeted.

And from the hospital, Hart had twitted in lighter vein, "Nooo! I WON!! RT @hartluck: Fyi@pink out of the hospital+ all good. Just got the shit kicked out of her by the barrier. Steel barrier-1 Pink-0."

Pink, real name is Alecia Moore, is known for her acrobatic stunts. She suffered a scare when she fell from a harness meant to hold her suspended above stage.

Pink had explained of her fall, "[I] didn't get clipped in2 harness correctly, drug me off stage, fell in2 barricade."

She was released from hospital after a medical examination showed no bones had been broken and there was no fluid in her lungs.

The singer's Funhouse Summer Carnival Tour ends in Kristiansand, Norway, on July 25.