'Guys, I'm a break dancer now!' Bella Hadid falls over on NYFW runway... but handles it in the best way ever

All eyes are on New York as the great and good of the showbiz and fashion worlds descend for New York Fashion Week.

But for one person in particular, it has not been the best of times: poor Bella Hadid absolutely stacked it while rocking the runway at the Michael Kors Spring/Summer 2017 show.

The leggy 19-year-old lost her footing while rocking a dazzling black dress and skyscraper heels, hitting the deck in front of the horrified fashion spectators in the front row and beyond.

However, instead of being embarrassed, Bella took it in her stride, laughing as she attempted to get back on her feet again.

And, hours later, she showed off her sass and good humour as she tweeted that she’s “a professional break dancer now”. What a woman.

She also posted a video of herself at the show – her fierce gaze fixed – as she revealed that it was “seconds before…”.

Hours later, she was back to work and back on her feet as she took to the Anna Sui show runway with ease, looking as sensational as ever.

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Thank you Anna Sui 💕🌸🍄

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Don’t worry, Bella – at least you’ve joined the ranks of supermodels such as Naomi Campbell, Candice Swanepoel, Jessica Stam and Agyness Deyn: they’ve all fallen spectacularly on the catwalk too!

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