At this point, there's no tumble Demi Lovato can't tackle.
The singer has been the victim of a number of public spills in the past, and unfortunately, today's event is another to add to the list. Lovato took the stage at WE Day at The Forum in Inglewood, Calif., but while stepping out to address the crowd, the brunette beauty lost her step and fell down on her bum!
Being the pro that she is, however, Demi just laughed it off and threw her hands up to let the crowd know that she was OK, as they chanted and cheered her on. After her tumble, the lights dimmed and she was escorted off stage as everyone continued chanting her named and clapped.
A few moments passed, and then the lights came back on, and Lovato, who later performed her hit song "Stone Cold," carefully walked back out and tried again.
To be fair, Demi wasn't the only one who suffered a misstep.
Earlier in the program, Seth Rogen and his wife Lauren came out on stage, and the funnyman tripped in the same spot as Demi! His wife, along with the audience, let out a chuckle, and Seth said something along the lines of, "that was almost really bad," before laughing it off himself.
"Tonight we unite for a better world. Maybe that is a big dream, but we know that all big movements starts with simple actions and steps right?" Lovato says. "For a lot of us, though, it's hard to know where to start. Whether you're a family that cares about certain issues or a school that wants to give back, the We Movement helps to support your passion for a better world. Living WE proves that. When individuals come together we have incredible power. Together WE can change the world."
Lovato and Rogen were among the stars who brought thousands of Los Angeles-area school kids together for California's inaugural WE Day celebration.
The educational event drew 16,000 local students, who earned admission to the WE Day event by participating in yearlong community service projects with their schools, for a day of inspirational speeches and celebrity appearances. The event will be televised during an ABC special on Aug. 28.
—Reporting by Sara Kitnick