That same weekend, Post Malone was injured after suffering a nasty fall on stage, and Tim McGraw also worried fans when he fell at a concert.
The 55-year-old singer fell off the stage during a concert in Tempe, Arizona on Sunday night but made an impressive recovery.
He was performing his hit song I Like It, I Love It as he walked to the end of the stage and knelt while his back was to the crowd.
However, when he bowed in this position, he lost his footing and fell backwards toward the audience.
Luckily, Tim was able to catch himself somewhat at the edge of the stage and, with the help of a hawk-eyed security guard, gently jump onto the lawn.
After laughing, the country singer greeted some of his fans as he stood at the barricade.
This comes a day after Post Malone stunned his fans on Saturday night in St. Louis, Missouri, when he had a nasty accident on stage.
The 27-year-old singer was mid-show at the Enterprise Center when he stepped into an uncovered opening during Circles’ performance.
According to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, the Billboard Music Award winner walked down an extended ramp on the arena floor, apparently not realizing that the square hole into which his guitar was lowered was uncovered.
The burial caused him to bang his chest against the sharp edge of the opening.
Paramedics rushed to his aid and helped him off the stage as the worried crowd cheered.
As he left, the wow artist spoke into the mic and asked the audience to give him a few minutes to come back.
He came back about 15 minutes later, holding his ribs while continuing with an abbreviated set that began with Rockstar and Cooperated Up with his support act Roddy Ricch.
Meanwhile, Tim is starring alongside his 26-year-old wife, Faith Hill, in a hugely popular streaming series.
Both stars have roles in the 1883 Yellowstone prequel, playing husband and wife as James and Margaret Dutton.
The series follows the Dutton family on their journey from Texas to Montana to escape poverty.
Faith recently opened up about a regimen she had to follow to make her character seem more authentic for the time in an interview with Courtney Cox on Variety Actors on Actors.
The star had to forego shaving her armpits for the role, which was definitely difficult for the 1883 actress.
“I don’t laser, but I can now, so I’ll never have to do that again,” she admitted. “It really disgusted me, I have to say.”
Faith also revealed that she was told the news at her nephew’s wedding when the show’s creator, Taylor Sheridan, called McGraw.
“Who’s going to tell your wife to stop shaving under her arms?” Sheridan had asked her husband.
While Faith is known for hits like “Breathe,” “This Kiss,” and singing the iconic “NFL Sunday Night Football” intro, Faith has had acting roles before.
The talented star made her film debut in 2004 starring in Stepford Wives. She also had a role in Dixieland (2015), which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival that same year.
She took a break from acting until reading the script for 1883 and wanted to be part of the project.