Anne-Marie takes a tumble on stage during performance at BRIT Awards 2022

The British singer took a tumble during her performance

Anne-Marie provedthat nothing can stop her after she encountered a mishap during the opening moments of her performance at the 2022 Brit Awards.

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The British singer took a tumble as she made her way down a set of steps while singing her hit song Don't Play alongside collaborators KSI and Digital Farm Animals. However, like a true professional, she was able to carry on as if nothing happened. You can check out the epic moment below...

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WATCH: Anne-Marie takes a tumble on stage during performance at BRIT Awards 2022

Dressed in a sparkly red dress, the 30-year-old Essex-born singer appeared to lose her footing as she walked down a set of steps. She dropped to the floor but continued to sing as the crowd cheered her on.

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Viewers watching at home were left impressed by the singer's quick recovery. One wrote: "Omg, Anne-Marie's fall was worse than I thought! What a pro carrying on as though nothing happened  #BRITs."

Anne-Marie was able to see the funny side of things after her fall

Someone else said: "Phenomenal recovery by Anne-Marie," while another viewer wrote: "Well Anne Marie recovered from her fall like an absolute queen."

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A fourth gushed: "An incredible woman who know how to put on a show and carry on with class."

Anne-Marie herself wasted no time in addressing the mishap, taking to Twitter just minutes later - and thankfully she saw the funny side. She wrote: “Didn’t need my left ankle anyway.”

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