Elton John, 75, looked frail and was pushed into a wheelchair ahead of the Jubilee show

Elton John, 75, gets fans’ attention as he is pushed into the terminal by one of his team before flight

Elton John looked frail as he arrived at Leipzig Airport in a wheelchair on Sunday
Elton John looked frail as he arrived at Leipzig Airport in a wheelchair on Sunday

Elton John He looked frail as he arrived at Leipzig airport in Germany in a wheelchair on Sunday as he returned to his home in Nice after the performance.

The 75-year-old singer caught the attention of fans when he was pushed into the terminal by one of his team before the flight.

Just a few days ago, Elton was set to star alongside the Queen and Diana Ross Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Concert Saturday.

The music icon will sing in a pre-recorded performance of the star-studded show.

Wearing a blue Gucci tracksuit and black face mask, Elton got out of the car and got into a wheelchair to head to the airport with his entourage.

Despite turning 75, the Rocketman hit producer shows no signs of slowing down in the coming months as he will not only perform for Her Majesty’s Jubilee, but will continue in June tour.

Elton John looked frail as he arrived at Leipzig Airport in a wheelchair on Sunday
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The 75-year-old singer was pushed into the terminal by one of his team
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Dates include his farewell tour in Switzerland, Denmark, the Netherlands and France.

Elton had been photographed in a wheelchair in previous years.

Back in 2019, the music legend revealed he uses a wheelchair after spraining his ankle.

“Not even a sprained ankle can stop me from visiting one of the most beautiful museums in the world,” he told fans at the time while visiting the Uffizi Gallery in Florence, Italy.

Mirror Online has contacted representatives of Elton for comment.

Elton to join Queen and Diana Ross at Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Concert
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The music legend wears a Gucci tracksuit as staff carry his hand luggage
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While Elton has a busy month ahead, he has previously said he wants to slow down and spend more time with his family.

In 2018, Elton announced that he was ready to say goodbye to the tour because he had “had enough”.

He says this morning“I’m looking forward to saying goodbye. It’s not a publicity stunt because I’m saying goodbye to the tour and I’ve had enough.”

When his group arrived at the airport, Elton got out of the car and got into a wheelchair
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He continued: “Honestly, I want to move on and do things differently.”

Speaking of his sons Elijah, 9, and Zachary, 11, Elton said: “They’re thriving and they’re great kids. They’re fun and they make us happy.

“That’s why I left after the world tour – I need to be around them. I need to spend time with them. When I’m not with them, I miss them so much.”

Back in 2019, the music legend revealed he uses a wheelchair after spraining his ankle
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Elton pictured with son Zachary and husband David Furnish in 2015
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The singer will play his last London tour date at the BST Hyde Park Festival.

BST Hyde Park has been cancelled for two years in a row as coronavirus Pandemic, London show with farewell tour on 24 June 2022.

Queen + Adam Lambert will open BBCThe Platinum Party at the Palace Concert, with a special performance to mark the Queen’s 70th anniversary.

In 2002, guitarist Brian May performed “God Save The Queen” on the roof of Buckingham Palace, a performance that would mark the Golden Jubilee 20 years later.

Elton pictured during a New York tour in February
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Diana Ross will also perform at the Jubilee
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Alicia Keys, Nile Rodgers and Andrea Bocelli will also compete in the three-stage, two-and-a-half-hour race on Saturday, June 4.

The lineup also includes Duran Duran, Bond composer Hans Zimmer, Ira El, Craig David, Mabel, Elbow and George Ezra.

The event will conclude with a performance by soul legend Diana Ross, her first live UK performance in 15 years.

She said: “I’ve had the privilege of seeing the Queen many times in my life, including when I’m with my family.

“Her Majesty has been and will continue to be such an incredible inspiration for so many people around the world, and I am absolutely delighted to receive an invitation to perform on such an important and historic occasion.”

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