Organizers say 16,000 fans of the heavy metal group Metallica had to leave the Stockholm Globe Arena without seeing their heroes perform after lead singer James Hetfield was taken to the hospital.
Spokeswoman Carolina Satterwall says Hetfield caught a stomach bug Sunday and suffered dehydration but left the hospital that evening. He has returned to the United States with the rest of the band.
The fans found out about the cancellation minutes before the concert was due to start, when the other members came onstage to deliver the news.
Drummer Lars Ulrich said the band members were "truly, truly, truly sorry."
"Trust me, none of you guys wanna hear me, Rob or Kirk sing," he added, referring to bassist Robert Trujillo and lead guitarist Kirk Hammett.
James shares the hidden side effects of things you and people you meet do every day, like trying to explain something as a Hugh Grant character.
Fergie tried something different with her national anthem at the NBA All-Star Game, and not everybody was cheering.
The 115th North American International Toy Fair opened Sunday in New York City previewing new products and trends.
A lavish, headline-grabbing premiere. Lightning word-of-mouth stoked by glowing reviews. Packed movie theaters with sold-out shows, long lines and fans decked out as characters from the film.
Nathan Lane is starring in the seven-hour play 'Angels in America' as the attorney who helped shape Donald Trump into Donald Trump.
'Talk Show the Game Show' executive producer Wanda Sykes thinks one arcane tradition could solve a lot of problems in D.C.
'Homeland' star Claire Danes says the coolest part of preparing for her role as Carrie Mathison is the annual weekend getaway to meet actual members of the intelligence community.
Despite starring in a political play, 'Parisian Woman,' actress Uma Thurman's character can't fathom saying Donald Trump's name.
'The View' host Meghan McCain gives an update on her father, talks transitioning from Fox News to 'The View', and admits she'll face a partisan dilemma if Biden runs in 2020.
'Pod Save America' hosts Jon Favreau, Jon Lovett, and Tommy Vietor give their first impressions on Trump's first State of the Union.