The Voice's Wendy Moten Says She's 'OK' After Falling On Stage During Live Show
The Voice's Wendy Moten took a bit of a tumble on Tuesday night's episode, but assured fans she was "OK" after a commercial break.
The singer, who celebrated her 57th birthday on Monday, performed onstage during the reality competition show's live results episode the following evening alongside her coach Blake Shelton and fellow team members Lana Scott and Paris Winningham.
Following the performance, Moten appeared to fall hard on her arm and head after tripping over a speaker.
The Voice host Carson Daly saw the fall happen right before the show cut to a commercial break.
"Unfortunate moment for Wendy Moten, who is walking off and we hope she's OK," he reported as Wendy was helped off the stage by Shelton and her fellow teammates.
When the program returned, Moten appeared alongside Daly and assured fans she was OK, if only "a little bruised."
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"I'm OK!" she said. "I'm a little bruised, but you know what? I'm still ready to go!"
Daly then noted that nothing like her fall had ever occurred on the show up until now.
Moten also shared some of the support she received on her social media after the incident during the Top 10 results show, further assuring fans she's OK by reposting an Instagram Story from an Ariana Grande fan account, which read, "So glad she's OK! Omg I was so worried."