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Chris Martin Cut His Nose On a Plane in Australia

Chris Martin Cut His Nose On a Plane in Australia

Chris Martin sports his favorite tee while touching down at LAX Airport on Saturday (June 21) in Los Angeles.

Earlier in the week, the 37-year-old Coldplay frontman showed off his muscles while shooting his new music video for “A Sky Full of Stars” in Sydney, Australia.

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“So just between you and me, I’ll tell you a lot of [Ghost Stories] is about when you go through something a little difficult, and you understand that by staying with it you reach a place of love and happiness and come through better the other side,” Chris recently shared during a concert in Sydney about his band’s new album.

He added, “When we were on the plane here from Tokyo I cut my nose.”

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