Ariana Grande took a serious tumble during a July 3 performance in Santiago, Chile (video below).
The compilation of audience videos captures the pop star fall to the stage floor after her high heel gets caught on a backup dancer's shoelace, sending her foot sliding back behind her in the middle of her song "Bad Decisions," notes The Inquisitr.
Footage shows that Grande lands on her hand and mic and is pulled back across the stage before immediately popping right back up with a little help from her dancers, who reach down and give her a hand. After untangling his shoelace, the culprit leans in to make sure Grande isn't hurt, and the pair laugh together for a second.
The 23-year-old, who is completing the South American leg of her "Dangerous Woman" tour, then jumps right back into the dance routine, hardly missing a beat.
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"Ouch that looked like it hurt," one YouTuber commented. "I'm glad that she laughed it off. "
Eagle-eyed YouTube viewers noted that the Chile concert isn't the first time Grande has fallen in the middle of performing "Bad Decisions." Some even wondered if the routine was cursed.
"Im starting to think her falling is part of bad decision choreography," one person said.
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Another joked: "It was a bad decision wearing those heels."
There was one thing everybody could agree on: there isn't much that can keep Grande from getting right back up these days, especially in light of the horrific tragedy she and her fans experienced during the spring.
On May 22, a suicide bombing at the end of the former Disney star's concert in Manchester, England, killed 22 people and injured 116, notes The Guardian. After briefly flying home to the U.S. to regroup, Grande returned to the traumatized city, visited survivors in the hospital, and performed in a universally-lauded benefit concert before completing the rest of her postponed tour in Europe.
"We won't let hate win," Grande said in a statement she released on her Twitter page the week after the attack. "I don't want to go the rest of the year without being able to see and hold and uplift my fans, the same way they continue to uplift me. Our response to this violence must be to come closer together, to help each other, to love more, to sing louder and live more kindly and generously than we did before."