BLUE legend Simon Webbe asked fans for “luck” after being rushed to hospital over the weekend.

The 43-year-old shared a picture of himself in a medical gown and wrote: “Back in hospital AGAIN. Wish me luck.”

The singer later deleted his post and shared no further details about what was going on.

Simon is dad to a little girl called Cyan, with his wife Ayshen, who he married in 2018.

The musician is already a father to daughter Alanah, 24, from a previous relationship.

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He is best known for being part of Blue alongside Lee Ryan, Antony Costa and Duncan James.

During their prime in the early Noughties, the All Rise singers scored three No1 albums and landed two Brit awards before they called it quits in 2005.

There were reunions in 2012 and again in 2017. In 2015 they released a new album, Colours, but soon afterwards their Sony record deal was pulled, and the lads said they would stick to touring for their fans.

Last year the the band headed off on an arena tour to celebrate their 20th anniversary.

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Speaking recently about the success of the group, Antony said: “I think Blue has lasted so long because there has been a lot of love and respect, which you need. Whether it’s personal stuff or you wanna go off and do other stuff. And I think that’s why Blue has worked because we have been able to do go off and come back.

“And why can’t we do that? There’s no rules anymore.

“If in a year or two one of us says ‘Oh I’m off to go and do so and so’ then – good luck!

“We’ve always had each other’s back and supported each other in different areas of work then we can afford to come back and have a good time.”

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