Paisley hospitalized after fall on stage, suffers bruise

Sunday, March 7, 2010 – Brad Paisley was hospitalized Saturday following a fall on stage, but suffered only a bad bruise, according to his publicist.

Paisley's American Saturday Night Tour made its final stop on the tour at the Charleston Coliseum in Charleston, S.C. last night. On the final note of the encore finale (Alcohol), Paisley fell on stage - he bounced back up, finished the show and thanked the audience and said good-bye.

A fan took a video of the accident.

Once he left the stage, he went to the hospital via ambulance to be checked out. "All is well, only badly bruised," his publicist said. "Brad was discharged from the hospital and is on his way home to Nashville."

On his Twitter page, Paisley wrote, "If ur wondering,it was the last song&last night of the tour&I was running fast on stage,tripped.really did think I broke a rib or something."

"Charleston rocked though. Out with a bang for the ASN tour.literally. Bring on the H2O. Actually, the frozen stuff's on me right now," he said.

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