Meghan Trainor takes a major fall during 'Tonight Show' performance

Meghan Trainor Takes a Tumble on 'The Tonight Show'

Meghan Trainor brought down the house, and herself, when she performed her new single "Me Too" on Thursday's Tonight Show.

The GRAMMY winner -- who hit the stage in a figure-hugging sequin dress -- couldn't quite keep her balance in her sky-high heels. Towards the end of the performance, Trainor did a little booty shake, but when she went to turn around and grab the mic, she took a major spill.

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Making light of the tumble, the 22-year-old pop star laid out on the stage and host Jimmy Fallon joined her. "Grabbing the mic is the toughest," Fallon quipped as the audience gave Trainor a standing ovation.

"Might have fell down, but I KILLLED that sh*t hahaha #keepinitreal," she Instagrammed following her performance.

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Trainor also took to Twitter to assure her fans that she was OK. "I didn't feel it till hours later," she tweeted. "I'm all good tho. Barely a scratch."

The singer is also scheduled to appear on Friday's Good Morning America, and guest host the last hour of the Today show with Hoda Kotb.

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Last week, Trainor made headlines when she pulled her "Me Too" music video after realizing that she was Photoshopped in the dance scene. She later released the Photoshop-free version to the delight of her fans. "I was upset because it wasn't something that I said, 'Please make me skinnier,' you know?" she told ET. "[I] called them and said, 'Please, I never asked you to touch my waist, can I please have my waist back?' And when I got my waist, I was very happy with it, and I didn't see why you would need to bring it in smaller."

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