WATCH Madonna, 56, FALL Down Flight Of Stairs Off Stage During Closing Brit Awards Performance

MAJOR STUMBLE: The singer managed to carry on despite falling down three HUGE stairs in the painful stumble
Madonna has given music fans a shock when she tumbled down several stairs at the Brit Awards. The 56-year-old queen of pop was closing Wednesday's ceremony in London with a performance of her song "Living For Love."


Madonna entered with a troupe of male dancers and appeared to fumble with a large cloak she was wearing. The garment seemed to be pulled backward, and Madonna fell down three steps while her dancers looked on, seemingly in shock.

In a post on Instagram after the performance, Madonna said she was doing OK.

"My beautiful cape was tied too tight! But nothing can stop me and love really lifted me up!" she wrote. "Thanks for your good wishes! I'm fine!"
Here's the fall in gif form:
True to form, Madonna was back up and dancing by the beginning of the chorus. Still, the fall looked painful, and it clearly shook her confidence for the rest of the number.
The song includes a lyric about stumbling, then continues "I'm gonna carry on" — and Madonna did, continuing the matador-themed routine.

Kanye West and Taylor Swift also performed at the Brit Awards, the U.K. equivalent of the Grammys.


British Male Solo Artist: Ed Sheeran (presented by Rita Ora and Orlando Bloom)
British Group: Royal Blood (presented by Jimmy Page)
International Female Solo Artist: Taylor Swift (presented by Lewis Hamilton and Ellie Goulding)
British Female Solo Artist: Paloma Faith (presented by Mark Ronson)
Global Success Award: Sam Smith (presented by Kim Kardashian)
International Male Solo Artist: Pharrell Williams (presented by Cara Delevingne)
British Single: Mark Ronson (presented by Lisa Snowden and Lionel Richie)
International Group: Foo Fighters (presented by John Bishop) 
British Breakthrough: Sam Smith (presented by Fearne Cotton and Charli XCX)
British Artist Video Of The Year: One Direction (presented by Karlie Kloss and Jimmy Carr)
British Album Of The Year: Ed Sheeran for Multiply (presented by Russell Crowe)

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