Louisa Johnson says she cringed with embarrassment when her dress split live on stage – now we reveal the stars' most humiliating moments

During a performance at Meadowhall Shopping Centre in Sheffield, the singer's black skirt tore at the back and left her backside hanging out in full view of the audience.

She struggled to preserve her modesty and ran off stage to fix the problem.

The X Factor champion hasn't got over the awkward moment two years on, as she relived the humiliating moment in a chat with The Sun Online.

Speaking at Capital's Summertime Ball, Louisa explained: "The back of my dress just completely split in half.

"My bum was just out for everybody to see. It was very embarrassing."

Louisa wasn't the only one to open up about her most cringe-worthy moment while on the red carpet at Saturday's concert at Wembley Stadium.

American rapper G-Eazy had a similar experience when his jeans ripped down the middle after slipping on stage.

Marvin Humes, who opened the Summertime Ball with a DJ set, told how it was at that very venue that he suffered a humiliating moment in front of fans.




While singing the Club Is Alive with the JLS boys, Marvin said: "I was singing the lyric 'take it to the floor' and I literally at that moment slipped and fell.

"It was in front of 80,000 people!

"That's hands-down the most embarrassing moment of my career."

But it was Jonas Blue who not only suffered a knock to his ego, but also caused himself a real injury.

Speaking about a gig in Paris, he explained: "I jumped off the stage trying to be all cool.

"I landed on my foot sideways and heard it snap.>

"I hobbled to the toilet and I saw my foot had got really big, it was bigger than my shoe.

"I had to do my DJ set one legged."

Meanwhile Rudimental's Leon Rolle revealed the awkward moment his crowd-surf went spectacularly wrong at their gig supporting Ed Sheeran in Australia.

He said: "I thought it was the perfect time to do a crowd-surf.

"I stood up on the railing and communicated my plans with the audience, saying 'I know I weigh like 97kg, but are you ready for me?'

"I jumped out to them and they caught me… but they fell.

"Luckily enough no-one got hurt, apart from my pride.

"That was the most embarrassing thing to happen to me for sure."


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