Brits 2022: Anne-Marie gives brilliant response after falling on stage during performance

Singer fell during the opening of her performance of ‘Don’t Play’

Sam Moore
Wednesday 09 February 2022 06:50
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Annie-Marie falls down steps during Brit Awards performance

Anne-Marie has reacted to falling on stage during her Brit Awards performance.

Taking to Twitter just minutes after she fell down a set of stairs during the opening moments of her performance of “Don’t Play”, with KSI and Digital Farm Animals, the pop singer brushed it off by joking: “Didn’t need my left ankle anyway.”

Dressed in a sparkly red dress, Anne-Marie appeared to lose her footing and dropped to the floor but continued to sing, recovering to cheers from the crowd.

She was then joined by KSI for the rest of their performance. The Youtuber turned singer and rapper then went on to perform “Holiday”, which was also nominated for Song of the Year.

Anne-Marie was supported by her fans on Twitter with people calling her a “true professional” and many said that she “did amazing” given the circumstances.

One fan also posted: “What an amazing performance after what looked like a horrible accident, absolutely smashed it.”

Anne Marie later joked that she’d “be in touch” with Specsavers after the accident.

You can find the full list of winners from the 2022 Brit Awards here.

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