Carrie Underwood Falls During Concert, Has Cast To Prove It

Carrie Underwood fell during her concert in Corpus Christi, Texas on Thursday, and earned a cast on her left foot for the effort.

The incident happened in the middle of Underwood’s song “Undo It,” when the back of her five-inch stiletto got caught in the hem of her long shirt.

Underwood fell straight to the floor. But Us Magazine reports that the American Idol alum wasn’t one to detract from her performance. She barely missed a beat during the fall.

Afterward, Carrie Underwood took to Twitter to talk about the incident, admitting she is a klutz. But honestly, who isn’t clumsy at some point?

The six-time Grammy winner appeared to take the fall in stride, writing, “Hey, remember that time in Corpus Christi when that girl busted her butt on stage?! Hilarious! Oh wait, that was me!” She included the hashtags #5inchheels” and “#klutz.”

Later on, the singer added, perhaps apprehensively, “I can’t move my toes. Is that bad?” Thankfully, Carrie Underwood’s fall wasn’t too damaging. Even though the injury was serious, ABC News notes that Underwood didn’t break her foot in the mishap.

Still in a good mood about the incident, Underwood shared a photo of her left foot in a black walking cast, with the caption, “Good news, it’s not broken… AND I got some new footwear.”

Fellow country star Brad Paisley, ever the joker, couldn’t pass up the moment to playfully rib his fellow star. Paisley tweeted a link to a fan video of Carrie’s fall, writing, “The graceful, the nimble, the cat-like reflexes of Carrie Underwood.”

The American Idol alum quickly countered, “I learn from the best!” and attached a YouTube clip of Paisley also falling during a concert. The good-natured banter showed that Carrie’s still got the ability to laugh at herself.

We’re almost positive Carrie Underwood’s fall will make her less likely to wear five-inch heels on stage once that black boot comes off.

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