INGLEWOOD, Calif., April 8 (UPI) -- Demi Lovato is doing fine after falling onstage at a WE Day celebration Thursday.
The accident-prone 23-year-old singer was walking on stage to address 16,000 audience members when she tripped on a step and fell straight onto her behind.
Lovato laughed and waved her hands to indicate she was okay before being escorted off stage. She returned momentarily to carefully descend the step and later performed her new single, "Stone Cold."
Actor Seth Rogen tripped on the same step earlier in the day while walking on stage with his wife, Lauren Miller. Joe Jonas, Charlize Theron and Selena Gomez were among the other celebrities at the event.
The WE Day celebration honored students who are "making a difference in their local and global communities." The program encourages young people "to take social action, empower others and transform lives -- including their own."
"Tonight we unite for a better world," Lovato said in her speech. "Maybe that is a big dream, but we know that all big movements start with simple actions and steps, right?"
"The WE movement helps to support your passion for a better world," she added. "Living WE proves that. When individuals come together, we have incredible power. Together we can change the world."
The "Confident" singer previously fell at the Z100 Jingle Ball Concert in December after tripping over a microphone stand. She also bit the dust while promoting her song "Cool for the Summer" at a pool party in July.