Michael Clifford Looks Like Two Face

Posted: Jun 14 2015, 1:41am CDT | by , Updated: Jun 14 2015, 1:52am CDT, in News | Latest Celebrity News

 
Michael Clifford Looks like Two Face
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Yet another stage accident. Michael Clifford from 5 Seconds of Summer burnt his face during concert.

Being a rock star performing live is quite dangerous this year. Yesterday we reported that David Grohl, lead singer of the Foo Fighters, has broken his leg when he fell of the stage. On Saturday Michael Clifford from the band 5 Seconds of Summer burnt his face.

The accident happened during a live concert of 5 Seconds of Summer in London. Videos of fans show that Clifford was walking into a pyrotechnical display while performing. A huge flame shot up and his head got caught by the flame.

Clifford had to leave the stage and could not finish the concert. Hours later Clifford shared on social media that he is ok. He posted a photo of his face that is heavily bandaged. He says he looks like Two Face.

Hello world. im doing ok :) thanks for worrying!

A photo posted by Michael Clifford (@michaelgclifford) on

He later Tweeted: "If I obviously don't want to have my picture taken right now please don't take my picture :) see everyone tomorrow!!" He got his humor back which means he is doing alright. Fans of Clifford made the hashtag #GETWELLSOONMICHAEL top trending in the United States and elsewhere.

Besides Michael Clifford, David Grohl, Madonna and U2's The Edge are the most prominent victims of on-stage accidents in 2015.

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