Irish singer Sinead O'carroll was left with back and neck pain following B*Witched's show in Bournemouth, England on Friday night (10May13) after falling through a trap door.
The C'est la Vie hitmakers are co-headlining a tour of Britain, along with other pop acts including Blue, Atomic Kitten and Liberty X, after reforming for U.K. reality show The Big Reunion - but one of their gigs ended in disaster for O'Carroll.
In a post on her Twitter.com page after the concert, she writes, "Fell down the trap door tonight. Very sore neck and back."
She later returned to the site to add, "Thanks for all the best wishes feeling better my back is a bit sore."
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