The youngest Jonas brother tried to play it”Cool.”
Nick Jonas stunned audiences on Tuesday after the former teenage heartthrob fell feet first into a square hole during a performance at TD Garden in Boston.
The 30 second clip that was Posted on Jonas Brothers A fan’s Instagram account also manages to capture 30-year-old Jonas forming the word “ouch” before reappearing and running to his brothers.
The post reached out to Jonas and TD Garden for comment.
Several online fans also praised Jonas for continuing to sing despite the misstep.
“He got up like an absolute savage,” wrote one impressed fan.
“Somebody’s getting fired,” joked another.
According to fans, the hatch was apparently accidentally left open when the stage crew used it to bring chairs onto the stage for the trio to use during their performance. Apparently someone forgot to close it.
The misstep on stage came just days after the brothers kicked off brand new tour at New York’s Yankees Stadium.
Jonas isn’t the only artist to experience an accident on stage.
During Beyonce’s Renaissance world tour, the “Single Ladies” singer had a heated argument with her stage crew after they failed to turn on a fan meant to cool the singer.
In a video posted to TikTok, Knowles-Carter, 41, can be seen gesturing to stage crew members to turn on the fan.
Annoyed by the delay, the former Destiny’s Child member points to a random crew member and then to the fan while casting what the TikTok user called a “bombastic side eye.”
Finally, the “Crazy In Love” singer got the air she deserved and gave the crew an “OK” symbol to let them know she was cooling off.
Taylor Swift too suffered a stage disorder After the stage on her “Era” tour failed to open, the singer was forced to shake off the stage and flee backstage for a costume change.