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Luke Bryan takes another tumble off stage

Luke Bryan takes another tumble off stage

LUKE BRYAN: The country singer has two left feet. Photo: Associated Press

Country star Luke Bryan fell off stage for the third time in a year during a gig in Indiana on Saturday.

The “Drunk On You” hitmaker brought his That’s My Kinda Night tour to Noblesville, but the show failed to go off without a hitch.

Photos and videos posted on social media captured Bryan in the middle of singing, but he suddenly missteps and falls directly into a crowd of eager fans below.

Bryan seems to laugh off the tumble in the video as he is helped back up to the stage by security guards.

The singer insists he wasn’t injured after the fall, and later reassured fans on Twitter.

Bryan previously had similar falls in Florida and North Carolina, where he required stitches for an injury.

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