David Blaine dislocated his shoulder during his Las Vegas show.
The 49-year-old prankster opened David Blaine: In Spades at the Resorts World theater in Sin City Friday night by jumping from a nine-story-high scaffolding into a stack of cardboard boxes but landing badly and crew members rushing to his forearm as he revealed he had cut himself.
They tried to put the dislocated shoulder back in place, and when they failed, the star asked if there were any doctors in the audience who could try him on.
Five paramedics rushed to help and were seen taking turns trying to push his shoulder into the correct position before uniting, a team sorted out the problem and the star was able to continue his show.
A statement from Spas World to the Las Vegas Review-Journal explained: “Mr. Blaine was treated by physicians from the audience on stage in front of the assembled audience, who succeeded in moving his right arm, as he experienced great pain and discomfort. After a short delay, he was able to Blaine continues the show, in pain, but with humour.”
Blaine later posted a video of doctors operating on his shoulder to his Instagram page along with the caption: “Wow that hurt!”
He also added a clip of his jump that showed him landing in cardboard boxes, writing, “I was a little off target.”
The magician – who is known for his death-defying stunts – added: “Fortunately, there are 5 orthopedic surgeons in the house.”
After completing the performance, Blaine receives a standing ovation from the amazed audience.
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