Canadian popstar Justin Bieber is scheduled to perform at Prague’s O2 Arena within his Purpose World Tour on November 12, one of the organizers told the Czech News Agency on Wednesday. Tickets for his concert will go on sale on December 17. The former teen star has faced a number of controversies in the past, including driving under the influence and assaulting a photographer.
The singer Karel Gott returned to hospital on Sunday to continue treatment for cancer, a spokesperson said. On Saturday the 76-year-old appeared at the Czech Nightingale music awards, where he took the top prize for the 40th time. The tabloid Blesk reported that the veteran star was set to undergo a second course of chemotherapy for cancer of the lymph nodes. Mr. Gott has sold more than 50 million records, with his biggest success coming in German-speaking countries.
The Český slavík (Czech Nightingale) poll for musician of the year has been won for the 40th time by legendary pop star Karel Gott. The singer received the Absolute slavík award for 2015 as well as best male vocalist. Mr Gott was initially not expected to attend after recently being diagnosed with Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma and undergoing cancer treatment. His appearance was brief but was greeted with a standing ovation. The performer told the audience that support from his fans was the best infusion. On the night, best female singer was won by Lucie Bílá, who took the award for the 19th time and the best band were hard rock group Kabát, who clinched their 10th award. Some 140,000 members of the public voted this year.
Madonna will perform at Prague’s Arena on Saturday and Sunday. The singer is here within her Rebel Heart tour and her two concerts are completely sold out. In addition to Rebel Heart hits Madonna will perform some of her staples such as True Blue, Like A Virgin and La Isla Bonita and 'La Vie En Rose' the signature song of Edith Piaf. Madonna last performed in Prague in 2009.
Czech pop singer Karel Gott is recovering from abdominal surgery at the Institute of Clinical and Experimental Medicine, not heart surgery as previously reported, the singer’s spokesperson told journalists on Friday. Reports on the singer’s health have been filling the Czech media since he collapsed in his Prague villa on Sunday. Gott, 76, is known to be suffering from heart arrhythmia which may have led to the misleading information regarding his current health problems.
The Czech Republic’s biggest pop-star, Karel Gott, was taken to hospital on Monday after reportedly suffering two heart attacks. The 76-year-old singer was rushed to Prague’s Institute of Clinical and Experimental Medicine and underwent surgery on Tuesday. His wife confirmed the news about the heart surgery on Gott’s Facebook page, without adding any further details.
Veteran singer Karel Gott has cancelled concert scheduled for the near future after being taken to hospital. An announcement about the cancellations was posted on his Facebook page without further details. The statement asked that his privacy be respected. Doctors told the singer, who is 76, to reduce his public activities after he suffered from heart arrhythmia in the summer.