Her earlier performance of "Stone Cold" was appropriately flawless, but when taking the stage a second time at the taping of WE Day California, Demi Lovato took a tumble – and handled it like a champ.
As the singer, 23, made her way down the catwalk and reached down to exchange high fives with some of the 16,000 students in attendance, she stumbled and fell, eliciting gasps from the crowd.
But fitting right in with the spirit of the event – which celebrates youths making a difference in their local and global communities – Lovato laughed, struck a pose and raised a hand in the air.
"I'm okay!" she reassured the crowd. She was then helped off the stage by two event personnel as the crowd changed her name over and over again until she reappeared for a second take at introducing "Kick Like a Girl" speaker Reilly Fox.
In December, Lovato fell during a 20-minute set at the Z100 Jingle Ball in New York City after tripping over her mic stand. And earlier last year, the star slipped on a wet poolside stage while promoting her single "Cool For the Summer."
"Guys don't you get it by now? Only cool kids fall on stage," the star tweeted with an emoji after her December mishap.