Marilyn Manson collapses onstage in Canada Get Tickets

The rocker was apparently suffering from flu symptoms last night in Saskatoon

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Marilyn Manson collapsed onstage during a gig last night (February 6) in Saskatoon, Canada.

The singer vomited several times before collapsing during his rendition of 'The Beautiful People'.

TMZ has since reported that Manson had been suffering from flu symptoms all day yesterday, but refused to cancel or postpone his gig.

Sources told TMZ that Manson did not go to hospital last night, but instead rested up in his hotel room. The singer reportedly feels 'drained', but is keen to perform tomorrow night (February 8) in Calgary.

Last month it was revealed that Marilyn Manson is suing a woman who claimed to be engaged to him and then branded him 'pro-Nazi' when he asked her to leave him alone.

Yolanda Tharpe is being sued by Manson, real name Brian Warner, over five claims of defamation, misappropriation of common law right of publicity, unlawful use of Manson's name for commercial advantage and intentional and negligent infliction of emotional distress with the shock rocker seeking £30,000 in compensation.

Tharpe also claimed that Manson is stalking her and is "responsible for the deaths of her two cats".

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