July 16, 2012 15:37

Watch Olly Murs fall down the stairs at Guilfest

Singer suffered a loss of footing while covering Stevie Wonder on Saturday (July 14)

Watch Olly Murs fall down the stairs at Guilfest

Photo: PA

Olly Murs had a bit of an embarrassing moment during his headline set at this weekend's Guilfest when he managed to fall down the stairs. Scroll down to the bottom of the page to watch him do it.

Murs was performing his customary cover of Stevie Wonder's 'Signed, Sealed, Delivered, I'm Yours' when he decided to run down the festival's stairs and made a drastic miscalculation with his feet. The fall occurs at the 0.11 mark on the video and happened on Saturday night (July 14).

The X-Factor runner-up is not the only high-profile performer to have suffered an onstage slip recently.

You can watch clips of Kanye West, Beyonce, Robbie Williams, Pink, Katy Perry, Axl Rose, Poison's Bret Michaels and Aerosmith's Steven Tyler falling over on stage by visiting NME.COM/blogs/when-musicians-fall-over-like-a-twat.

Olly Murs's foot malfunction wasn't the only controversial news surrounding Guilfest after fans were left angry when X-Factor judge Tulisa bailed just hours before she was due to play, citing ill health. This was despite being pictured out in Ibiza the night before…

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