The Voice’s Wendy Morton, 57, takes a scary tumble on live TV after singing with coach Blake Shelton

Wendy Moten assured fans she was doing okay after taking a nasty spill on live TV following her The Voice performance with her coach Blake Shelton.

The 57-year-old contestant’s slip occurred when she tripped over a piece of stage equipment during Tuesday night’s results show. 

When their performance of Can’t Help Myself (Sugar Pie Honey Bunch) ended, the Memphis native fell over one of the speakers, unbeknownst to the country star, 45, who had his back turned to her. 

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Ouch: Wendy Moten assured fans she was doing okay after taking a nasty spill on live TV following her The Voice performance with her coach Blake Shelton

Before the fall: She looked lovely in her mini dress with her knee-high boots on before she stumbled on equipment

Immediately, Moten’s fellow Team Blake members Paris Winningham and Lana Scott rushed to lend a hand. 

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Once Gwen Stefani’s husband saw Moten on the ground, he went to check on her safety and well-being.

‘Everybody alright?’ asked host Carson Daly. ‘We will take a quick second. We just had somebody fall.’ 

Down! The 57-year-old contestant’s slip occurred when she tripped over a piece of stage equipment during the live results show

The moment she slipped: Here she is seen losing her footing and heading down

Picking her up: She was helped up as one of the crew looked at the equipment

Oh no: When their performance of Can’t Help Myself (Sugar Pie Honey Bunch) ended, the Memphis native fell over one of the speakers, unbeknownst to the country star, 45, who had his back turned to her

Shelton walked back up on stage to see if Moten was injured while he and a crew member helped the contestant walk off the stage.

‘We hope she is okay,’ Daly stated, before asking her, himself, minutes later.

When the show returned from a break, Daly was standing with Moten who said she was a ‘little bruised’ but ‘OK.’

Supportive: Immediately, her fellow Team Blake members Paris Winningham and Lana Scott rushed to lend a hand

Coach: Once he turned around and saw Moten on the floor, the country star went to check on her as the live audience worried about her safety and well-being

The 48-year-old host and radio personality went on to express that he was so glad that she was okay after the scary tumble.  

Fans were understandably considered, with many taking to social media to say they hope she’s ‘not too sore this morning.’ 

‘I hope you’re feeling ok, we really need you and your voice,’ another commented on her latest Instagram post from the night. 

Moten did move on to the Top 10 and is set to return to the stage next week.   

Sparking concern: The 48-year-old host and radio personality went on to express that he was so glad that she was okay after the scary tumble

Followers were praying: Fans were understandably considered, with many taking to social media to say they hope she’s ‘not too sore this morning’

‘I hope you’re feeling ok, we really need you and your voice,’ another commented on her latest Instagram post from the night

Recovered: When the show returned from a break, Daly was standing with Moten who said she was a ‘little bruised’ but ‘still ready to go’