She’s cool, you guys! She’s cool. Demi Lovato took a major spill onstage while performing at Z100 iHeartRadio’s Jingle Ball in NYC on Friday, Dec. 11, but the pop star brushed off the mishap like a pro.

“Guys don’t you get it by now? Only cool kids fall on stage,” she tweeted later on in the evening, along with a happy face emoji wearing shades.

Toward the end of her 20-minute set, Lovato, 23, was strutting her stuff across the stage when she tripped over a mic stand that was lying on the ground behind her.

The cameras, which captured every moment of the live-streamed concert, happened to cut away just at that moment, though the “Cool for the Summer” singer was clearly on her back with arms flailing when the cameras focused on the stage once more.

Lovato’s fans were quick to react to the “Confident” songstress’ tumble.

“Of course Demi falls at the end,” one fan tweeted. “It wouldn’t be Demi lovato if she didn’t.”

Another knowing fan wrote, “New drinking game: Take a shot every time Demi Lovato falls on stage.”

Earlier in the day, Lovato was honored with the inaugural “Rulebreaker” award at Billboard’s Women in Music luncheon in NYC.

“It’s not intentional and that’s what’s awesome — people see it,” she said upon receiving the award. “I’m excited to show people you can be yourself and people will appreciate it.”

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