Wednesday, may 1 edition of the Sun published the information that the frontman of The Libertines and Babyshambles Pete Doherty was in the hospital – he pricked his finger on the needle of a hedgehog. The animal was injected 40-year-old poet, filling the wound infection. The result — a rewound arm and a cancelled appearance on the BBC radio.
As it became known, Doherty was walking his dogs when one of them suddenly grabbed the hedgehog’s teeth. The musician rushed to the defense of the animal and tried to get him out of the jaws of the dog, but at this point, the hedgehog pricked him. A needle stuck in his finger, and with it the body got infected. At the moment, the musician feels fine and is in a cheerful mood. Doherty has published on his page in the social network photo with a bandaged hand and wrote: “a Huge thank you to the wonderful men and women who work in the National health service! It’s true angels, and they are a million times deserve our respect and gratitude“.
— Peter Doherty (@petedoherty) April 29, 2019
It is worth noting that Doherty and his new project The Puta Madres not long ago released his debut album. They planned to tour in support of it in the UK and Europe this coming Friday, may 3, however, now unknown, will the group be able to implement his plan.
We will remind, earlier it was noted that the moderator of the project “the Lives of others” Zhanna badoeva hard unwell during the next filming in Vietnam. Leading told that a strong tropical virus is “caught” and all her crew.
As reported by the portal “Znayu”: it turned out that, even as a young, Polyakova was actively engaged in the music. And when engaged in playing the piano, you could “overdo” and then a long walk in the gypsum.
Also “Znayu” wrote that in one of the tracks for their new album, Pink sings about how she hated my body from an early age. The reason was quite tragic – in the age of 17 she had a miscarriage. According to the singer, since that time, she had several attempts to have a baby, but all of them ended with miscarriages.