Chris Brown shows fans how to recover from a fall

Chris Brown showed fans how to recover from a break in style after falling during his last concert.

The singer posted a video to Instagram of himself preparing for his next dance step when he slipped and fell on his back. However, Brown quickly recovered from the fall by flipping back up with a front somersault and quickly sliding back into the choreography.

Chris Brown. (Photo: @chrisbrownofficial/Instagram)

“That’s how you recover [laughing emojis]. Dat boi quick huh?” Brown wrote for his caption.

Many fans applauded Brown’s quick improvisation skills, noting that they didn’t even realize he unintentionally took the fall.

“Great! I didn’t even notice the slip!”

“That’s professionalism.”

“My baby is so smooth with it!”

Chris Brown has been performing for over 15 years and has experience of getting back on his feet quickly when an unexpected incident occurs. This isn’t the first time Chris has fallen on stage during a performance either.

In 2011, the singer slipped off a raised stage while performing one of his singles, “Beautiful People,” at his Indianapolis concert. Like the professional he is, Brown made it look on purpose as he hastily got back up and continued dancing with his dance crew.

When he flaunted his Michael Jackson-esque dance moves in 2015 as he celebrated his 26th birthday, the “Go Crazy” singer went a little too crazy, whirling off the stage into the crowd of swarming fans. This time Brown couldn’t just play it cool. Instead, numerous security forces had to pull him out of the crowd.

Musicians fall all the time while performing, and Brown is just one of many celebrities who have been caught falling. However, he’s one of the few who can dive right back into his choreography and pretend nothing happened. Chris Brown shows fans how to recover from a fall

James Brien

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