Ariana Grande recently visited Taiwan for her “Dangerous Woman” concert tour and performed some of her greatest hits. In the middle of her performance, she stumbled and nearly fell on stage, Hollywood Life reported.

The songstress met with her Taiwanese fans during her concert held at the Taipei Arena on September 19. After almost slipping on stage, she quickly recovered and continued to sing her hit single, “Side To Side.”

The pop singer wrote the caption of the stage fall video, “Can’t believe we made it to the second to last show without me slipping on that slippery stool, honestly I’ll take it.” She stepped on a platform with her high heels during her performance of “Side To Side,” a fast beat song featuring rapper Nicki Minaj.

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After the footwork error, Grande just laughed it off and regained her composure back. She moved on with the choreography along with a group of male dancers as her backup, Hollywood Life added.

Her mom’s reaction

Ariana Grande's mother reacted to the video she shared on Instagram. She posted on Twitter that it “was such a wonderful clip” despite the stage fall, Billboard reported.

She noted how the fans screamed and laughed, and mentioned how her daughter recovered from the footwork error and “landed like a prop.” This is just one of the most remarkable moments for Grande during her “Dangerous Woman” world tour.

Clearly, she had fun and enjoyed her entire tour which reached North America, Europe, and Asia. Though there were mishaps such as the cancellation of her concert in Vietnam due to an illness, she made sure her fans were delighted with her performances.

Final concert in Hong Kong

Ariana Grande is set to meet her fans in Hong Kong for the final leg of her “Dangerous Woman” tour.

Prior to this, she visited other Asian countries such as the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Taiwan.

According to the South China Morning Post, police officials have started to deploy an anti-terrorism team to monitor activities during her concert in the East Asian city. Aside from being her final stop, her Hong Kong concert is receiving maximum security to prevent attacks such as the ones that happened during her Manchester tour.

Fans attending the event are not allowed to take large-sized umbrellas, bags and camera equipment. They will be ushered into a special room where they can deposit these valuables. She will conclude her “Dangerous Woman” tour at the AsiaWorld Expo Arena on September 21, Thursday night.