5 Seconds Of Summer singer Michael Clifford is on crutches after Radio 1 Teen Awards fall

5 Seconds Of Summer singer Michael Clifford had a nasty tumble on-stage at the Radio 1 Teen Awards – and says he’s “all good” despite being left on crutches after the fall.

Michael took a mis-step as he joined bandmates Calum Hood, Ashton Irwin and Luke Hemmings to perform their latest single Hey Everybody at the show in London’s Wembley Arena.

The 19-year-old stepped sideways into thin air, completely disappearing into a lower portion of the stage. But he quickly regained his composure, climbing back up to continue the song.

Poor Michael was left the worse for wear, although he looked on the bright side.

This is not the first time the Australian singer has had bad luck at Wembley.

In June, he was injured after pyrotechnics touched his hair and face during a concert at the Arena. Thankfully, immediate medical care meant he was able to make a full recovery.

The Teen Awards featured a surprise performance by Justin Bieber, who opened the show with an exciting set featuring hits Where Are U Now, Boyfriend and What Do You Mean?

Other musicians to take to the stage included Little Mix, Demi Lovato and Nick Jonas.

As for the cause of this weekend’s injury, Michael explained that he was a little distracted by Rita Ora, who introduced the band alongside host Nick Grimshaw.

“I was looking at Rita Ora and I was like… hey,” he joked to Radio 1, according to the Daily Mirror. “And I fell.”

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