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Madonna Falls on Stage During Dance Routine at Concert

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On Sunday, February 18, 2024, Madonna took a slight tumble during her Celebration Tour in a mishap with a dancer. The 65-year-old pop icon fell on stage while performing her 1986 hit “Open Your Heart.” Viral TikTok videos from the singer’s Seattle show reveal the moment a dancer lost control, causing the mishap.

During the show at Seattle’s Climate Pledge Arena, the latest stop on her Celebration Tour, Madonna handled her fall like a pro! While performing the choreography for “Open Your Heart,” Madonna sat in a chair, inspired by its iconic music video. 

After singing a few bars, one dancer dragged her across the stage, still singing in the chair. The dancer pulled her across the stage in stiletto heels. However, the dancer only got about five steps in before they lost their footing. Consequently, the dancer slid and hit the floor with Madonna, who toppled over in the chair.

But the pop star did not miss a beat, and neither did the dancer. They both handled the fall like professionals. After hitting the floor, the “Material Girl” singer resumed the song. While Madonna rolled effortlessly off the chair onto the stage, the dancer dragged it away.

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After letting out a hearty laugh, Madonna, still smiling, stood up with the help of her cameraman. Then, she resumed the “Open Your Heart” choreography as if nothing had happened. Following the accident, fans of the singer shared multiple angles of the stage mishap on social media. 

Many took to TikTok to share their reactions to the moment. In response to one clip shared on X (formerly Twitter), users wrote, “She’s the Queen for a reason.” Another user wrote, “That laugh was everything!” Since kicking off The Celebration Tour, the pop star has made several headlines with the career-spanning tour.

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Although she initially postponed it after being hospitalized for a “serious bacterial infection,” the tour succeeded. In December 2023, Madonna brought Julia Garner, who was to portray her in a biopic, out on stage. However, the project is no longer moving forward with Universal Pictures.

In matching lacy black outfits, the two playfully judged the “Like a Prayer” singer’s backup dancers’ choreography. Also, in January 2024, another star, Kelly Ripa, joined Madonna on stage at Madison Square Garden. Madonna brought three of her six kids on stage in the same New York City show.

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“Madonna has traversed so many musical styles, birthed so many trends whether via fashion, song or attitude,” Melissa Ruggieri, who attended the show, wrote. “And shattered more glass ceilings that nothing short of a six-hour show coupled with a documentary would fully illuminate the archives of her career.” 

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“The Celebration Tour is an effective commemoration of a woman who has fulfilled every accomplishment,” Ruggieri added. “Yet, still possesses a scrappy drive.” Madonna has been persevering through her tour, which concludes in Miami in April, despite spending several days in the ICU.

“It’s important to never forget where you came from,” Madonna said from the stage. “Always remember the struggle.”

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