A contestant on NBC’s “The Voice” took a scary-looking tumble on stage throughout Tuesday’s stay outcomes present. Thankfully, she was capable of rapidly guarantee followers that she’s OK.
Wendy Morton was the topic of loads of on-line chatter on social media after she visibly hit the bottom fairly arduous on the conclusion of her staff’s efficiency of The 4 Tops’ “Can’t Assist Myself (Sugar Pie Honey Bunch)” with coach Blake Shelton.
Morton, 57, wrapped up the track along with her coach and fellow Staff Blake members Lana Scott and Paris Winningham when viewers couldn’t assist however discover that she turned to stroll off the stage and tripped over a close-by piece of stage tools, slamming to the bottom. The digital camera reduce to host Carson Daly, however he had his again to the digital camera as he regarded to see if Morton was severely harm. Shortly after, the present rapidly reduce to business whereas she was assisted off stage.
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“Unlucky second for Wendy Moten, who’s strolling off and we hope she’s OK,” he mentioned earlier than the break.
Thankfully, Morton was helped up and brought off stage by each the crew and her coach. Shelton had his again to Morton whereas strolling again to his coach’s chair when the autumn occurred, however Yahoo Leisure famous he rapidly rushed again to the stage to assist her up as soon as he realized what was occurring. Morton even appeared alongside Daly, 48, when the present returned from its business break to guarantee viewers that the autumn regarded and sounded loads worse than it was.
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“I am OK!” she mentioned. “I am a bit of bruised, however you recognize what? I am nonetheless able to go!”
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Folks reported that Daly then famous to her and the viewers that he had by no means seen something like that occur stay within the entirety of the longrunning NBC competitors present’s historical past. So, no matter how she performs within the remaining rounds, Morton has solidified her place in “The Voice” historical past.