Pop star and actress Jennifer Lopez was uninjured Saturday after falling on the stage of the Zappos Theater at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino in Las Vegas.
A video posted by TMZ.com Sunday morning showed the hitmaker, 49, singing and moving briskly near the front of the stage, sweeping her hand to touch those of front-row fans, when she suddenly tripped and landed on her rear.
Without missing a beat, Lopez bounces back up with what seems to be the help of an audience member whose hand she appears to briefly hold while rising. She then continues the number, prancing to stage right. A fan video also caught the fall from a different angle.
Lopez, whose "All I Have" residency began in January 2016 and concludes Saturday, made no mention of the stumble on social media, but posted a photo on Twitter and Instagram Sunday showing herself backstage evidently the night before with her boyfriend, former Yankees slugger Alex Rodriguez, actresses Jessica Alba and Sofia Vergara and singers Dua Lipa and Becky G. "Fun night w these beauties..." she wrote.
Additionally on Sunday, Emmy Award-winning "Atlanta" actor-creator Donald Glover, who tours as rapper Childish Gambino, confused fans after cutting short a Dallas concert without explanation, prompting speculation he had injured his foot.
Glover, who turns 35 Tuesday, left the American Airlines Center stage roughly 30 minutes early, according to concertgoers' tweets, which said he did not perform such popular songs as "Redbone" and "3005." Online rumors swirled, with Reddit users posting anonymous comments such as "Staff told me it's still going but he got hurt so that's why it stopped" and "Yeah a friend texted us and said paramedics were checking him out."
Without citing sources or giving attribution, TMZ said Glover on Friday reportedly had arrived at the iHeartRadio Music Festival in Las Vegas in a wheelchair, and wearing a leg brace he removed before performing. The website speculated that during the Dallas show he had aggravated a pre-existing condition.