Rebecca Ferguson collapses: Singer 'fine' after crashing live on Loose Women
The singer shocked viewers at home when she fell to the floor as the end credits rolled
Rebecca Ferguson collapsed live on air during a performance on Loose Women on Thursday (scroll down to watch the video).
The singer and former X Factor finalist was on the ITV chat show to promote her new single, "All That I’ve Got".
But viewers at home were shocked when she fell to the floor mid-song as the end credits started to roll.
The incident trended on Twitter within moments, with many fans expressing concerns for the singer’s welfare.
However, a representative for Ferguson has told The Independent that she has since recovered.
"Rebecca started to feel unwell during her performance on Loose Women today, but she is fine now," a statement read
Ferguson has since taken to Twitter to reassure her followers.
She posted: "I am feeling much better will rest today so sorry to worry everybody I fought throughthat song but at the end had nothing left love yas xxx"
The star released her second studio album, Freedom, in December.
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