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Australia Smiling Wiggle gives thumbs up from hospital bed

04:15  18 january  2020
04:15  18 january  2020 Source:   9news.com.au

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Page was taken to hospital after falling to the ground as he left the stage at Castle Hill RSL after suffering a cardiac arrest.

On social media today, The Wiggles posted a picture of a smiling Page and said his main concern was that the show would go on.

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We have visited Greg this morning and he wanted to thank everyone for their well wishes. Greg and his family are so grateful for all the messages of love and support from⁣ fans around the world. ⁣ Greg’s main concern was that the show tonight should go on.⁣ Greg will not be performing tonight but we will have some wiggly friends jumping in to help out and make it a great show. ⁣Let’s raise the roof tonight and do it for Greg whilst raising funds for the Australian Red Cross and WIRES ????

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"Greg and his family are so grateful for all the messages of love and support from⁣ fans around the world. "We have visited Greg this morning and he wanted to thank everyone for their well wishes," the post reads.

"⁣Greg's main concern was that the show tonight should go on.⁣⁣Let's raise the roof tonight and do it for Greg whilst raising funds for the Australian Red Cross and WIRES."

The original Wiggles line-up of Page and Anthony Field, Murray Cook and Jeff Fatt were performing the first of two planned fundraisers for the bushfire relief effort last night.

Footage from the concert shows Page singing and dancing moments before his collapse after the group performed their last song.

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a person standing next to a window: A screengrab shows original Yellow Wiggle Greg Page performing on stage at a reunion concert for bushfire relief. © Twitter A screengrab shows original Yellow Wiggle Greg Page performing on stage at a reunion concert for bushfire relief.

"Thank you everybody," he can be heard saying, as he waved to the crowd.

"Thanks for coming to support all of those wonderful people doing all that great work for everyone."

He collapses after walking to the side of the stage, with the rest of the group rushing to him immediately.

Murray Cook, the original red Wiggle, then returned to the stage to speak to the crowd.

Greg Page posing for the camera: Greg Page. © Geoff Jones Greg Page.

"Guys I think we're going to end it there. Greg's not feeling real well, I think he's going to be OK but he's not feeling real well so I don't think we can go on with another song," he said, looking shocked.

The Wiggles management confirmed to 9News a defibrillator had to be used three times on Page.

The group returned to the stage and performed an encore of "Hot Potato".

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Following the collapse, the group posted on Twitter Page had suffered a cardiac arrest.

"As has been reported, our friend Greg Page suffered a cardiac arrest at the end of the bushfire relief performance and was taken to hospital," The Wiggles' wrote.

Anthony Field, Greg Page, Murray Cook, Jeff Fatt posing for the camera: A file photograph of the original Wiggles, Anthony Field, Greg Page, Murray Cook, and Jeff Fatt. © Sun Herald A file photograph of the original Wiggles, Anthony Field, Greg Page, Murray Cook, and Jeff Fatt. "He has had a procedure and is now recovering in hospital. We appreciate your kind messages and concern."

Blue Wiggle Anthony Field said he was "in shock".

Page, 48, left the children's band in 2006 due to poor health and returned for a second stint in 2012.

In 2006 he revealed he was suffering from orthostatic intolerance, which caused problems with the function of his heart when standing.

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The yellow Wiggle will now "begin a journey of rest and recovery at home" after suffering a heart attack and going into cardiac arrest at a concert for bushfire aid last week.Page was seen falling to the ground as he walked off stage at the Sydney reunion concert, where he was performing with original Wiggles bandmates Murray Cook, Anthony Field and Jeff Fatt for bushfire aid.

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