The original Yellow Wiggle, Greg Page, is reassuring his fans he's okay after he suffered a cardiac arrest during a show in Sydney.
Page was performing with the original Wiggles line-up at a bushfire relief concert in Castle Hill RSL Club, Sydney when he walked off stage and collapsed.
In video footage, people are seen running across the stage to help Page as the rest of the group continue to sing 'Hot Potato'. He was taken to hospital, where he's recovering.
In a picture posted on Twitter, Page is shown in a hospital gown, weakly smiling and giving his fans a thumbs up.
"We've visited Greg this morning and he wanted to thank everyone for their well-wishes," The Wiggles Twitter page posted.
"He's so grateful for the messages of love & support from around the world.
"Greg's main concern was that the show tonight should go on. Let's do it for Greg whilst raising much-needed funds,"
After Page collapsed, two cast and crew members used a defibrillator on him three times, The Wiggles manager Paul Field told 7 News.
"He was in a bad way," he said. "They saved his life."
He also credited an off-duty nurse in the crowd who managed to attend to Page before the paramedics arrived.
Field went on to say he visited Page in the hospital after the incident.
"He said to me, 'did I finish the show?'
"I said, 'yes mate, you finished the show. Bit of a melodramatic exit but you did finish the show'."
The Wiggles second sold-out show will continue ahead on Saturday night.