Wendy Moten is bruised however superb after struggling a dramatic fall on stage Tuesday evening throughout “The Voice.”
Moten, who celebrated her 56th birthday the day earlier than, tripped over a monitor following a gaggle efficiency of The 4 Tops’ “I Can’t Assist Myself” with coach Blake Shelton and fellow workforce members Paris Winningham and Lana Scott.
The crew rushed to assist Moten, and Shelton climbed again on stage to test on her, too. She obtained up, holding her arm.
“We simply had somebody fall,” host Carson Daly defined as Moten gingerly walked off stage. “We’ve some folks coming to assist.”
Day by day stated such an accident had by no means occurred within the present’s historical past. Following the industrial break, Moten was again on display screen to reassure viewers that she was superb.
“I’m slightly bruised, however you realize what? I’m nonetheless able to go!” she promised.
Moten’s place continues to be protected on the present. Following Moten’s tumble, Kelly Clarkson’s contestant Gymani was despatched residence.
Moten is a Nashville veteran and singer for Grammy-winning western swing band The Time Jumpers.
Shelton is an enormous fan.
“Wendy, you’re entering into a brand new artist function with icon standing already,” he stated. “It’s by no means occurred earlier than. You’re performing like a legend, like an icon on that stage.”
“The Voice” airs at 7 p.m. CT Mondays and Tuesdays on NBC.