During her concert in Biloxi, Mississippi Saturday night as part of the "Straight Up Paula! North American Tour 2018," Paula Abdul accidentally fell of the stage into the crowd of people. She had been encouraging the audience to clap along and didn't seem to notice how close she was to the edge of the stage. A concert-goer captured it on video, which ends when people scream.
According to NBC News:
One person who posted a short video of the fall on YouTube told People magazine that Abdul "did not seem hurt" and still finished the show "like a champ." It was not known if Abdul suffered any significant injuries.
“She stated she was a dancer, and falls and drops she has gotten used to (it) over the years," the concert attendee told People.
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