Justin Bieber 'falls in trap' during Canada gig

Justin Bieber recently suffered a nasty trap door fall onstage while performing at the SaskTel Centre in Canada.

Published: 19th June 2016 03:57 PM  |   Last Updated: 19th June 2016 03:57 PM   |  A+A-

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Singer Justin Bieber performs on stage during a mini concert in Oslo, Thursday | AP

By ANI

MELBOURNE: Justin Bieber recently suffered a nasty trap door fall onstage while performing at the SaskTel Centre in Canada.

In a video shared by concert goers, the 22-year-old singer is seen walking towards the back of the stage when he suddenly falls straight down through a trap door, reports News.com.au reports.

The faux pas occurred while the stadium was completely blacked out, apart from a spotlight tracking the singer’s every move.

A large crowd could be heard as the ‘Baby’ hit-maker fell, however he recovered quickly and showed his head up through the hole before pulling himself back up on stage.

On regaining his composure, Bieber said, “Good thing I’m like a cat and I landed on my feet! That scared the s**t out of me!.”

Notably, the ‘Sorry’ hit-maker is the latest singer to suffer from an onstage tumble.

Earlier, Meghan Trainor tripped while performing on ‘The Tonight Show’ and Demi Lovato fell down hard on her behind at WE Day celebration concert.

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