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Luke Bryan jokes about falling on stage during a concert

Luke Bryan jokes about falling on stage during a concert

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Luke Bryan He credits the extra padding on his body as the reason he didn't suffer serious injury after falling on stage during his concert last weekend.

“Whether it was a phone or a slippery stage,” Brian, 47, said. “When I landed, the first thing I hit was the phone.” TMZ On Monday, April 22nd of the accident.

When asked if he “didn't have any injuries” and was “all good”, Brian joked: “I've got a lot of meat in there.”

Footage from his performance at the Coast City Country Festival in Vancouver, Canada, on Saturday, April 20, showed Bryan suddenly falling flat on his back after slipping on a fan's phone.

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The country singer then started laughing as he sat down and held up the phone for the audience to see.

“Hang on. Has anyone got that?” Brian asked the audience as he checked himself for possible injuries. “It's okay. “Hey, my lawyer will call.”

He then threw the phone back into the crowd before asking if anyone had filmed his fall. “You're talking on Snapchat. You can't Snapchat that,” he told an audience member. “Yes, absolutely! Well, here we go again. Here I go, here we go…there we go! “This is viral, well, this is viral.”

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Bryan also laughed off his viral gaffe during the Sunday, April 21, episode of the show American Idol After the host Ryan Seacrest He indicated that he had stumbled.

“I just wanted to check to make sure. 'Luke, you moving okay?'” Seacrest, 49, joked. “I looked good opening the show there. Was it damaged in any way?”

After initially pretending he didn't know what Seacrest was talking about, the “But I Got a Beer in My Hand” singer eventually gave fans an update after Seacrest replayed the clip, which Brian called “old-fashioned crap.”

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“I'm fine, baby!” he added. “[It was] Actually the best moment of the night.”

Brian's Canadian leg Mind tour country boy It is scheduled to end on Thursday, April 25. The country star will begin the next leg of his tour in June in Jacksonville, Florida.

Between tour dates, fans can catch Brian American IdolWhere he was a judge alongside Kate Berry And Lionel Richie Since season 16 in 2018.

Although Perry, 39, announced in February that this season would “most likely” be her last, Bryan admitted he wasn't surprised by her decision.

“I heard whispers that she was thinking about it, so it wasn't a huge shock,” he said. Taste of country Advance this month. “I think she kind of got caught up in the moment [Jimmy] Kimmel Perhaps she announced that it was over.

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And while Perry believes Candy name It will be a good replacement for her once she says goodbye Idol Family, Brian told TMZ he “can't go to” who he'd like to see on the judging panel.

“Anyone would be great,” he shared.

American Idol It airs on ABC on Sundays and Mondays at 8 pm ET.