Anthony Field (on the left), one of the founders of The Wiggles, themselves injured after a collision with a revolving door.
Blue Wiggle, Anthony Field, is rushed to the hospital while on tour in the USA.
The Sydney-born children’s entertainer himself injured after a collision with a revolving door and was stretchered to the Tuft Medical Center in Boston.
Field and his fellow Wiggles was just closed, the group of the tour of the USA when the accident occurred.
The 55-year-old Blue Wiggle, the group’s only original member, and has an approximate value of $20 million, requires 12 facial stitches.
Big thanks to the ambos and Doc Rice to the Tuft Medical Center in Boston! 12 stitches in my nose after walking the wrong way in a revolving door! #thewiggles
He took Instagram fans hesitate to say that he was feeling better after “walking the wrong way” in the door.
Field also thanked the paramedics and the doctor who treated him.
The Wiggles are booked to perform seven shows in Canada later this week before returning to Australia for a national tour beginning in Melbourne on 30 June.
The field has been upfront about these health battles over the years.
In January, the popular entertainer revealed he was experiencing “vision problems” after he was photographed wearing an eye-patch at the Australia Day concert.
In 2007, the father-of-three went public about this struggle with a depression, a description of the rigors of constant touring and how he feels isolated, despite his fame.
This article originally appeared on the news.com.au.