Shania Twain Wipes Out On Stage, Handles It Like A Pro
During her concert at Credit Union 1 Amphitheater in Tinley Park in Chicago on Saturday (July 1), Shania Twain slipped and fell while performing “Don’t Be Stupid (You Know I Love You).”
The 57-year-old was strutting across the stage in thigh-high boots when her feet went out from under her and she landed hard on her backside. But, Shania didn’t let the little onstage mishap keep her down.
Fan video captured the fall and shows Twain not missing a beat as she says to the crowd, “Don’t be stupid, Chicago. You know I love you.” She then rose to her feet and continued to sing.
@user47399665Shania Twain concert was amazing! She nailed it but God doni love to see people fall! She was fine!!!♬ original sound – Athena Grace
TMZ shared video of another view of Shania’s fall and graceful recovery.
Twain’s Chicago concert is just one of the stops on her Queen of Me Tour, her fifth career headlining tour. Shania spoke to Billboard about her decision to include some of her older hits, like “Don’t Be Stupid,” in the setlist.
“It gives me a chance to touch base on songs that I may not have ever done live or I haven’t visited in a long time,” she said. “So I just put together songs I felt flowed best together and that I really have missed and that a lot of my fans have told me they’ve missed.”
“Don’t Be Stupid” was the second single released from Shania Twain‘s Come On Over album.
The music video for the catchy tune was shot in late 1997. It features clog dancers and children playing fiddles behind Shania on a stage that is covered in water. At the end of the video, sprinklers come on, soaking everyone on stage. Watch the video below.