Morrissey collapsed on stage in Swindon, England, Saturday night, and was rushed to the hospital, the BBC reports. He has since been released and is resting at home.
According to the BBC, Morrissey's collapse during a performance of the Smiths' "This Charming Man" was due to "breathing difficulties." He was helped off stage by members of his band, and then rushed to the hospital in an ambulance. The BBC quotes a hospital spokeswoman as saying that Morrissey is "much improved" and was held overnight as a "precautionary measure."
Morrissey's website has posted a note that says, "Morrissey is in stable condition after his collapse in Swindon Saturday night. Thanks go out to all his well wishers, more information will be posted as soon as it is available."
No word yet on the state of Morrissey's current tour, which was set to continue through the UK and U.S. through mid-November. His next scheduled show is Monday night in Bournemouth, England