We can’t stop watching this wipeout. Justin Bieber fell through the stage during the Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada, stop of his Purpose World Tour on Thursday, June 16.
The pop superstar, 22, was busy adjusting his outfit — and was likely distracted by the screaming fans and bright spotlights — when he stepped right into a hole in the floor. The crowd heard an audible thump from the scary tumble, but the “Sorry” singer proved the show must go on. He hoisted himself right back up to continue his performance.
According to Canadian outlet CBC, Bieber slipped into one of the holes that he and his backup dancers use to rise up from beneath the stage. After he recovered, he told the audience, “Good thing I’m like a cat and I landed on my feet. That scared the f–k out of me.”
The Grammy winner didn’t seem to be injured or fazed by his dramatic fall. “Great show tonight. #PurposeTour,” he tweeted after the concert.
This isn’t the first time the “Company” crooner has fallen in recent months. Back in April at his Kansas City, Missouri, concert, he lost his balance and fell on his back while running through the fake rain, which pours down during a portion of the show.
Bieber is lucky to have escaped the last few weeks unscathed. Last week, the Canadian singer got into a fistfight in Cleveland after Game 3 of the NBA Finals on June 8. He was knocked to the ground by a man who was reportedly 6-foot-5. “Not a scratch on this pretty boy,” he captioned a now-deleted Instagram post after the brawl.
Watch the video above to find out more about the dramatic spill.
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