THIS is the startling moment Ariana Grande trips over her massive heels and falls on stage during a live show on Sunday.
Footage shows the pop superstar, 26, stumbling during a performance of her hit song Bad Idea.
Ariana Grande took a tumble during a performance in Florida on Sunday[/caption]
The pop star was saved by a burly backing dancer who caught her as she fell[/caption]
She was appearing in front of thousands of fans at the Amalie Arena in Tampa, Florida, when she lost her footing during a sassy strut.
But the Thank U, Next diva was saved from injury by a burly back-up who managed to catch her as she took a tumble.
One fan who shared the footage online noticed how Ariana’s fall was perfectly timed to fit with the music – with hilarious results.
They wrote: “She fell on beat I have tears”.
Grande, 26, laughed as she was saved from falling off the stage[/caption]
The Thank U, Next singer later joked about the fall – saying her show had been ‘going too well’[/caption]
‘GOING TOO WELL’
But Grande took the awkward plunge in her stride – and even made light of her near-miss on social media.
She wrote on Twitter: “Oh my. at least i still made the button. i’m crying. things were going too well.”
Her fall comes amid fears Grande may cancel more tour days due to ill health.
She sparked concern among fans last week when she revealed she had been suffering with a debilitating sinus condition.
The singer said: “My throat and head are still in so much pain.”
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“I’m just in a lot of pain and it’s difficult to breathe during the show.
“I just really don’t know what’s happening with my body right now and need to figure it out.
“I’m scared that I might have to cancel some things, so this is kind just a heads up of like I don’t know what’s happening with my body, and I’m really disappointed and freaked out of why I can’t get better because it’s been over three weeks at this point.”
There are fears the singer may cancel more tour dates after she revealed she was suffering from ill health last week[/caption]