AceShowbiz - Ariana Grande played a dangerous game with killer heels and a slippery stool while performing onstage during Taiwan stop of her "Dangerous Woman Tour". In the middle of the performance of "Side to Side", the songstress almost fell down after she stepped on a platform. Not feeling embarrassed, Ariana later took to Instagram to share a video taken during the incident.
The clip saw fans screaming in concern when she was slipping. She handled it like a pro, though. After regaining her balance with the help from her backup dancer, she slayed the set like nothing happened. "Can't believe we made it to the second to last show without me slipping on that slippery a** stool honestly I'll take it," so she captioned the video along with a laughing emoji.
Fans soon flooded the comment section with praises. "I like that you laugh when you falls and not get mad or nothing," a fan gushed, while another jokingly quipped, "That's why you're a dangerous woman. You do dangerous things." Ariana's mother Joan Grande also gave her response to the clip on Twitter. She wrote, "This is such a wonderful clip though...fans so concerned screaming, your adorable laughs & then perfect singing & you landed like a pro!!"
This is such a wonderful clip though...fans so concerned screaming, your adorable laughs & then Perfect Singing & you landed like a pro!! Xo https://t.co/dypXrLxGeX— Joan Grande (@joangrande) 19 September 2017
The recent incident was indeed a close call. However, it wasn't the first time the "Into You" singer experienced similar thing. During the tour's stop in Chile a few months ago, Ariana literally took a tumble onstage when performing "Bad Decisions". She suddenly fell flat on her face because one of her backup dancers' shoe laces got caught in her heels. Naturally, she just laughed it off and went on singing.
The girlfriend of Mac Miller is expected to wrap up the extensive trek in support of "Dangerous Woman" in Hong Kong on Thursday, September 21. She previously suspended the tour because of the terror attack, which killed more than 20 people and injured many others, at her Manchester show in May. Shortly after hosting "One Love Manchester" benefit concert, she resumed the tour in Paris on June 7.