Celebrities can be just as clumsy as the rest of us, the only difference is that when they slip up, there is usually someone on hand to capture incident in all of its glory.
Regardless of whether they are an A-lister movie star, multi-platinum selling artist, or simply someone you know from down the road, there is still something amusing about the sight of someone falling over – provided no serious or lasting damage is done of course.
With that in mind, here are seven epic celebrity stage falls that are painfully funny to watch, whether you care to admit it or not.
Grammer had the most Frasier-like response ever to his surprise fall, shouting “Oh good lord!” He was left laid out on the floor, looking like a tossed salad and scrambled eggs.
As the disgraced former boss of FIFA, Blatter regularly campaigned on footballing issues like “simulation”. The players should have taken a leaf out of Sepp’s book – this is the best dive we’ve ever seen!.
DJ Khaled fell off the end of the stage after trying to record Usher on his phone. Don’t you just hate it when someone at a gig films the entire thing on their phone though?
Madonna managed to style out this spectacular stage fall at the Brit Awards, which wasn’t really her fault but rather the fault of her costume designer and one of her dancers. Someone definitely got fired.
That old phrase stating that “the bigger they are, the harder they fall” has never been truer than when it comes to Shaq, who took an epic tumble on Sports Centre that’s worth watching again, and again, and again.
The Edge from U2
The Edge sent social media into overdrive a couple of years back when he did the one thing fans on Twitter had been praying for: that’s right, the Edge fell off the edge of the stage. And it was glorious.
At the height of her popularity, Iggy Azalea suffered the misfortune of falling off the side of the stage, mid-rap. Unfortunately for those in attendance, she carried on rapping though.
Loaded staff writer Jack Beresford has produced content for Lad Bible, Axonn Media and a variety of online sports and news media outlets.