Justin Bieber Falls on Stage: Is He Mortified Over Epic Wipeout?

By Kathleen Nava | Apr 08, 2016 02:37 AM EDT
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(Photo : Kevin Winter/Getty Images) LOS ANGELES, CA - NOVEMBER 22: Singer Justin Bieber performs onstage during the 2015 American Music Awards at Microsoft Theater on November 22, 2015 in Los Angeles, California.

Justin Bieber suffered a mishap during his Purpose tour. The "What Do You Mean" hitmaker took an embarrassing tumble into a big pool of water during his performance in Kansas City on Wednesday.

During the catchy chorus of "Sorry," Bieber's body gave way to the slippery mess on stage -- he failed to keep his balance and ended up on his butt. But based on the volume of cheers from the crowd, no apologies seemed to be necessary.

Being the true performer that he is, the Biebs carried on with the song as if nothing happened. His dancers didn't even react as the 22-year-old singer slid on the floor for a brief moment.

Fans were happy to share the tumble on social media, and there are numerous videos on Instagram. So did this nasty wipeout mortified the chart topper?

"Justin just brushed it off. He’s not upset or freaking out about it all,” a source told Hollywood Life

The source added that “sh*t happens” and that Bieber is putting his fall behind him and he's "trying to stay positive."

“He’s always having wipeouts on his skateboard in front of people,” the source shared. “He’s like, ‘Who cares?’ because he’s into doing stunts and knows they aren’t always going to work out.”

Bieber took to Twitter to thank fans for the great show.

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