Cape Town – After Madonna made headlines by falling at the Brit Awards, Ariana Grande is not too far behind.
E! News reported the Bang Bang singer tripped and fell while performing in Toronto on Sunday, and unfortunately for her, it was all caught on camera and spread instantly.
It seems that if it’s not tightly tied capes, it's falling stage pieces that tend to cause altercations.
E! News went on to report that fortunately Ariana was not harmed from the fall, which occurred after a piece of the platform that she jumped onto gave in.
This is not the first time Ariana has wiped out on stage as the petite singer was slapped in the face at a Victoria’s Secret Show dress rehearsal with one of the model's wings.
a Victoria's Secret angel accidentally smacked me in the face with her wings and it was awesome #goals #bangbangintomyface— Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) December 3, 2014
a Victoria's Secret angel accidentally smacked me in the face with her wings and it was awesome #goals #bangbangintomyface
Thankfully Ariana is a good sport and took her tumble with a smile on her face, she took to Twitter after the show to thank fans for their support.
thank u toronto!!!! tonight was such a fun show lol. y'all made me feel so much better! i love you & thank you so much.— Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) March 9, 2015
thank u toronto!!!! tonight was such a fun show lol. y'all made me feel so much better! i love you & thank you so much.
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