Oh! Paula Abdul fell on her face for the first time on stage during a performance on Saturday in Mississippi on her new tour

The scenario can be a cold-hearted snake sometimes.

Paula Abdul had a big fall on Saturday while performing on the third stop of her current tour.

The 56-year-old singer had an average performance when she collapsed offstage, to the horror of her fans.

Oh! Paula Abdul fell on her face for the first time on stage during a performance on Saturday in Mississippi on her new tour

Oh! Paula Abdul fell on her face for the first time on stage during a performance on Saturday in Mississippi on her new tour

Going down: the impulse seemed to take her forward and she was at the limit in an instant.

Going down: the impulse seemed to take her forward and she was at the limit in an instant.

Going down: the impulse seemed to take her forward and she was at the limit in an instant.

In a video of the concert, the Straight Up singer was seen singing in a white mini dress with 3/4 sleeve capes.

Paula was singing her success & # 39; The promise of a new day & # 39 ;, while she was standing on a huge pieces of pink and purple cloth.

The American Idol star managed to navigate the precarious oversized tapes with ease, and nothing less than with the heels.

But, as he walked toward the crowd while waving an arm, he did not seem to notice that the stage was about to end.

Before the fall: the singer managed to navigate on large pieces of cloth that flowed easily as she danced and sang in front of the crowd.

Before the fall: the singer managed to navigate on large pieces of cloth that flowed easily as she danced and sang in front of the crowd.

Before the fall: the singer managed to navigate on large pieces of cloth that flowed easily as she danced and sang in front of the crowd.

So far, all right: the star seemed to have everything under control as it moved towards the crowd at the front of the stage.

So far, all right: the star seemed to have everything under control as it moved towards the crowd at the front of the stage.

So far, all right: the star seemed to have everything under control as it moved towards the crowd at the front of the stage.

The star screamed & # 39; let's go & # 39; to the microphone and then fell face to the audience.

When the pop star was out of sight and on the floor, her vocal track was still playing, suggesting she might have been synchronizing her lips.

Eyewitnesses told TMZ that Paula did not seem hurt, adding that she recovered and continued with the show.

There are no signs of stopping: as it approached the edge, the star did not seem to be slowing down its march

There are no signs of stopping: as it approached the edge, the star did not seem to be slowing down its march

There are no signs of stopping: as it approached the edge, the star did not seem to be slowing down its march

  Problems: Paula canceled her previous concert the previous day in a different place because she said in social networks that they could not accommodate her scenario

  Problems: Paula canceled her previous concert the previous day in a different place because she said in social networks that they could not accommodate her scenario

Problems: Paula canceled her previous concert the previous day in a different place because she said in social networks that they could not accommodate her scenario

The stage has been giving the artist really some headaches lately.

His fall occurred on the third scheduled date on his Straight Up Paula! 2018 Tour at the Hard Rock Live in Biloxi, Mississippi.

She had already canceled the second date the previous day in a different place.

Oh no! It seemed like the American Idol judge took a step too much when her foot slid off the stage

Oh no! It seemed like the American Idol judge took a step too much when her foot slid off the stage

Oh no! It seemed like the American Idol judge took a step too much when her foot slid off the stage

On October 19, Paula abruptly interrupted the date of her second tour at the Golden Nugget in Lake Charles due to "production problems."

She went to social networks to explain to fans that she was "devastated" by having to cancel due to a problem she once heard about. [she] come. & # 39;

In a later publication, Paula responded to a commentator explaining in more detail: "My team and I drove all night to see them all and we were extremely disappointed to discover that the place could not accommodate our stage and show."

Recuperate! The concert assistants told TMZ that Paula jumped back on stage and did not look hurt

Recuperate! The concert assistants told TMZ that Paula jumped back on stage and did not look hurt

Recuperate! The concert assistants told TMZ that Paula jumped back on stage and did not look hurt

Listen to the music: while Paula was in a supine position on the floor, her voices continued to sound, which caused some to assume that she was synchronizing her lips.

Listen to the music: while Paula was in a supine position on the floor, her voices continued to sound, which caused some to assume that she was synchronizing her lips.

Listen to the music: while Paula was in a supine position on the floor, her voices continued to sound, which caused some to assume that she was synchronizing her lips.

She is scheduled to play her next appointment on Tuesday in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania and there has been no news about whether the crash impacted or not.

Abdul achieved mass fame in the late '80s and early' 90s as a pop star and dancer, and then became a household name again as one of the original judges of American Idol.

The star has suffered from chronic pain for years and has been open about his struggle.

Backslide: Paula rose to fame in the late '80s and early' 90s as a pop star; She is seen here acting in 1992

Backslide: Paula rose to fame in the late '80s and early' 90s as a pop star; She is seen here acting in 1992

Backslide: Paula rose to fame in the late '80s and early' 90s as a pop star; She is seen here acting in 1992

Last year, Paula acted for a brief period on the road with New Kids on the Block and Boyz II Men.

During the summer, the veteran choreographer spoke with ET about the tour and said she did not feel that she had to "engage with the audience so much" and that she would do more of that in her solo career.

Actually, diving among the audience is probably not the kind of commitment you were looking for.

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