Elton John Fell

Elton John fell at his home and was hospitalized

Elton John was hospitalized after falling at his villa in Nice. "After tests, he was released immediately yesterday morning and now he is back home and in good health"

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Pop star Elton John was hospitalized on Sunday night after falling in his villa in Nice.

The music legend, aged 76, was taken to the orthopedic department of the Princess Grace Hospital in Monaco. He was examined there and admitted. Representatives of the singer confirmed to MailOnline that he was discharged on Monday morning. He returned home as he felt well.

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"We can confirm that following yesterday's fall at his home in southern France, Elton visited the local hospital for precautionary purposes," said his representatives in a statement. "After undergoing tests, he was discharged and is now back at his home and in good health."

"I had an amazing career"

Last month, Elton John concluded his final international tour, Farewell Yellow Brick Road, with a grand and celebratory performance in Stockholm.

He started the tour in 2018. "I had an amazing career. 52 years of continuous joy playing for you. You will forever remain in my heart and soul, I thank you very much" Elton said at the end.

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