A FAN has been left fighting for her life after a "serious incident" at a Robbie Williams concert in Sydney.
The woman – believed to be in her 70s – was rushed to hospital with face and head injuries after falling at the gig on Thursday night.
She is understood to have been placed in an induced coma.
Paramedics were called to Allianz Stadium in the city at 10.15pm after receiving reports that a woman had fallen.
An ambulance service spokesman told Sky News Australia the woman was taken to hospital in a critical condition.
It's understood she was on the upper grandstand level and was trying to climb over seats – rather than using the stairs – when she fell at the end of the concert.
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Venues NSW confirmed there had been a "serious incident" at the gig.
The organisers said: "This is a terribly sad incident and our thoughts and wishes are with the patron and their family during this time.
"The patron was attended to immediately by venue staff and a nearby guest who is a qualified medical professional.
"Medics arrived shortly after and the patron was taken from the venue by ambulance to hospital."
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Venues NSW said it was working with police.
Robbie, 49, played to a crowd of 38,000 at the Allianz Stadium as part of his tour of Australia and New Zealand.
Earlier this month, the singer hinted at a new career move.
He said he's desperate to write a TV advertising jingle — and has set his sights on Jaffa Cakes.
The superstar said he has already adapted lyrics for the spongy citrus treats from Pat Benatar’s 1983 hit Love Is A Battlefield.
It came after he revealed he had a panic attack when he had to go shopping alone – and admitted that his life may have become too extravagant.
The former X Factor judge has mansions in London, LA and Switzerland to look after – and he acknowledged he needs to start scaling his lifestyle down.
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