Bono Spotted Sporting Arm Cast as He Celebrates Christmas With Friends


Bono Spotted Sporting Arm Cast as He Celebrates Christmas With Friends


The U2 frontman shows evidence of his injured arm when heading out for a party with fellow stars on Christmas Eve.
Bono is still recovering from his injuries following a nasty bicycle accident but it apparently doesn't dampen his spirit to enjoy the holiday season. The Irish rocker was spotted heading out for a Christmas celebration with friends on Wednesday, December 24, showing a cast on his left arm for the first time.

The U2 frontman wore a camo cap, aviator sunglasses, a scarf, a black jacket and pants when arriving at The Cliff Townhouse restaurant in Dublin. He managed to grasp a phone with his left hand despite the heavy bandage.



Bono was later joined by bandmate Larry Mullen Jr., fellow Irish musician Shane MacGowan and journalist/writer Victoria Mary Clarke at the venue.

The 54-year-old singer fractured his left eye socket, left shoulder blade (in three places), left little finger and left elbow in the "cycling spill in Central Park" last November. He underwent a five-hour surgery to repair the arm. His band was forced to postpone their residency on "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" following the accident.

In other news, Alicia Keys has just shared a picture of her baby bump getting a kiss from Bono. "Baby love from Uncle B Maybe the baby will be our Christmas gift... we'll let u know," she captioned the photo posted on Instagram on Wednesday.

Baby love from Uncle B � Maybe the baby will be our Christmas gift... we'll let u know �

Een foto die is geplaatst door Alicia Keys (@aliciakeys) op




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