Justin Bieber Takes Another Fall Onstage During Performance In Florida

Posted: Jul 2 2016, 8:26am CDT | by , in Latest Celebrity News


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Justin Bieber Takes Another Fall Onstage During Performance in Florida
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Justin Bieber falls on his back again during performing with water onstage in Florida.

Justin Bieber is literally living what it means to get up when you fall in life. He gave that explanation to thousands of his fans in Jacksonville, Florida where he fell on stage. While performing Sorry on one of his concerts on his Purpose tour in Jacksonville, Justin went onstage which was full of water.

He was splashing water on his background dancers when he lost his footing and fell on his back. A large screen was projecting Justin’s movements live and went blank as soon as he fell. However, that was not before he fell and everyone saw it. The fall was captured by many on camera and became a viral hit on the internet.

Justin’s background dancers lent him a hand immediately and helped him get back on his feet, according to TMZ. He said to the audience with a red face that, “Life’s about taking falls, and life’s about getting back up!” A nice way to cover up the embarrassing situation and the fans cheered him on.

This is not the first time that Biebs has taken a fall. This is the third time that the music world’s star has taken a terrible fall. He has already gone through similar motions he fell while performing and running through fake rain at a Kansas City, Mo. During a concert in April, he also fell through a trap door in June during a concert in Saskatoon, Canada.

Other than that the singer said he would be taking it easy on stage only six days ago, owing to a sporting injury. Justin better make some better decisions about performing onstage and stop performing in water if he keeps taking the slip.

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