Selena Gomez 'Revival Tour': Singer Falls On Stage, Recovers Like A Pro [VIDEO]

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Singer/actress Selena Gomez performs onstage at WE Day California 2016 at The Forum on April 7, 2016 in Inglewood, California. Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images for WE Day

Selena Gomez has been enjoying her “Revival World Tour” to the fullest, despite accidents and mishaps along the way.

The 23-year-old songstress fell during her concert in Tulsa as E! News reported, but luckily nothing happened to her. Proof of that was that she immediately started giggling and quickly got up to thousands of cheering fans. “First fall on the whole damn tour, can you believe it in Tulsa?!” she said. “Well I'll be damned.”

Looking on the very bright side, the Selenators took this as proof that their idol is only human and that she never lip syncs during her concerts. As the singer tripped, there was no voice over that kept singing. Gomez immediately stood up and, like the show woman she is, continued the show. 

This comes only a few weeks after Gomez broke down crying while performing her 2011 tune “Who Says” from the album “When the Sun Goes Down.” The singer reportedly noticed fans carrying signs that read, “We are worth it,” and “Who says you’re not worth it?” which were deeply moving to her. At that moment attempted the singer tried to keep going and push through, but the tears crept up so she had to let her Selenators take over, which made the moment all the more emotional.

At the end of the song, the “Hands to Myself” singer thanked her fans again for their undying love and support. “Thank you guys for spending your night with me…whether you’ve been here from the beginning or now, it’s just been such a crazy ride because you’ve seen me go through my ups and downs, and I couldn’t be more grateful.”

Coincidentally, the songstress’s former flame Justin Bieber also fell through a hole on the stage during one of his “Purpose Tour” concerts last week. Watch the scary moment below.

 

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