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Alicia Keys falls during concert, no injuries

HollywoodNews.com: Alicia Keys fell while performing at the 16th Essence Music Festival in New Orleans. This is particularly dangerous as the R&B singer is pregnant. However, sources claim that she is fine.

Keys slipped while wearing four-inch heels.

Digital Spy followed the story.

A source said: “She had on high heels and never seemed to have her balance all night. And as she was walking across the stage she slipped and fell.

“She just kept singing [while] on the ground, like a real pro.”

The festival’s headliner was Janet Jackson. Jada Pinkett Smith introduced Keys at 25 minutes past midnight. Keys hid her baby bump under an emerald green and black dress. Her set list included “Love Is Blind,” “No One,” “Fallin’,” “Like You’ll Never See Me Again,” and “Try Sleeping With a Broken Heart.”

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