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17 March 2012, 19:39 | Updated: 17 March 2012, 20:21
The music world is reacting to the news that the Premier League star collapsed during play in today's FA Cup tie.
The Wanted's Tom Parker has lead the tributes from the music world to Bolton Wanderers footballer Fabrice Muamba after the star collapsed on the pitch during the team's FA Cup tie with Tottenham Hotspur today (17th March).
The 'Warzone' star is a keen supporter of the Premier League club and admitted his thoughts are with the former England under 21 international midfielder.
He took to his twitter account shortly after the incident at White Hart Lane and tweeted: "Thoughts are with muamba right now. Hope he's alrite."
Singer Nathan Sykes also took to his Twitter account to offer his wishes to the star.
"Just heard what happened to Muamba in the bolton game. Thoughts are with his family. Hoping everything is ok," he tweeted.
The Saturdays' Rochelle Wiseman was also in shock and simply wrote: "Praying for Muamba x"
The incident occurred 41 minutes into the match this afternoon with referee Howard Webb calling a stop to play after the footballer spent ten minutes on the field being resuscitated before he was eventually rushed to hospital where he is currently being cared for.