Ouch! We can’t stop laughing at Demi Lovato’s poolside faceplant

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Demi Lovato is a true professional, as was proven yesterday when she took an unfortunate spill during a gig.

The singer was performing her new hit Cool For The Summer by the pool at Los Angeles' WaterMarke Tower when she slipped on some water and took a serious bellyflop. Luckily she didn't land in the pool itself, though seconds later she jumped in intentionally anyway, much to the delight of fans.

No doubt realising that the fall would go viral no matter what damage control she put in place, Demi decided to join in the craic and even posted her own slow-mo video of the fall via Twitter. "#NOTCoolForTheSummer #FuckIt" she captioned the hilarious clip.

The Los Angeles event was one of a series of pool parties that Demi is holding around the US to promote her new single. Just hours after her fall she was ready for action again, as she flew onward to San Francisco with her pal Hailee Steinfeld for the next round.

It's only been a few days since Cool For The Summer launched, and it's already been the subject of some controversy, with many fans claiming it sounds far too similar to Katy Perry's I Kissed A Girl and Jessie J's Domino. Demi jokingly addressed the claims herself on social media, telling Entertainment Tonight, "I think more than one female artist can kiss a girl and like it."

Well, if she can deal with a faceplant like that and still keep her chill, we reckon Demi's more than capable of handling a few angry fans.

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