Luke Bryan shrugs off stage fall after slipping on fan's phone: 'My lawyer will call'

He watches: Luke Bryan falls on stage after slipping on a fan's phone

Luke Bryan is ignoring his recent onstage accident.

The country star, 47, slipped on a phone that was on stage while performing over the weekend, causing it to fall to the ground.

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“Did anyone get that?” he asked the crowd after he got back to his feet, as seen in fan footage of the incident. “It's okay, my lawyer will call.”

And Bryan, despite the fall, seemed to be in a joking mood, as he made fun of the fall and even replayed the moment on a fan's phone.

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Luke Bryan performs on stage during the 57th Annual CMA Awards at Bridgestone Arena on November 08, 2023 in Nashville, Tennessee.

“that is it!” He said. “Hey! I need some viral news, it's viral.”

Brian's “American Idol” family even reached out to him during Sunday night's live show.

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“Are you damaged in any way?” host Ryan Seacrest asked.

“What are you talking about, Ryan?” Brian responded sarcastically.

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Luke Bryan on the set of “American Idol.”

The moment was then replayed for “American Idol” fans.

Emily Nicol, a fan who was at the concert, told “Good Morning America” ​​that other concertgoers were throwing phones, cowboy boots, cowboy hats, water bottles and more onto the stage.

“People were trying to sign their stuff,” Nicole recalls. “So they thought the best way to accomplish this was to throw things on stage, which was not safe at all and was just disrespectful.”

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This isn't the first time the artists have dealt with fans throwing objects on stage at concerts.

Just last year, Bebe Rexha was punched in the face when a fan threw her phone at her during a show in New York City. Harry Styles was too Hit in the face With a flying object while on stage in Vienna last July.

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“Artists are fed up,” Kelly L. Carter, an ABC News entertainment contributor and Andscape's chief entertainment correspondent, told GMA.

“There is still a lot to be seen how incidents like this can change the concert experience,” Carter continued. “I think there will definitely be a zero-tolerance policy that will eventually be implemented.”

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