In a dramatic moment that underscored her dedication and resilience, country superstar Carrie Underwood experienced a nasty fall onstage during the Carolina Country Music Fest in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, on Sunday night. Despite the rain-soaked mishap, the 41-year-old artist demonstrated why she remains a beloved figure in country music.

The incident occurred just after Underwood delivered a powerful performance of her hit “Before He Cheats.” As seen in a video captured by TMZ, Underwood walked toward the back of the stage amidst a rainstorm when she suddenly slipped and fell off the stage, disappearing from view. The crowd reacted with gasps and screams, clearly concerned for the singer’s well-being.

Undeterred, Underwood later referenced the fall in an Instagram post, showing her trademark good humor and resilience. “Well, last night sure was fun! And though the ending was quite unexpected, it made for a night we’ll never forget! 🌧️💧☔️ Thanks for being awesome, #MyrtleBeach!” she wrote, capturing the spirit of the night.

Her commitment to the performance didn’t go unnoticed. Underwood also shared a video of her continuing the show despite the downpour, with the caption, “We won’t let a little rain stop us! We won’t let a massive downpour stop us, either!” This display of professionalism and dedication was met with widespread admiration from her fans.

“That’s commitment and dedication to the fans that put her there. No one else like her,” one fan commented. Another praised her as a “true artist who cares about her fans,” while others called the rainy performance a “life-changing experience.”

Underwood’s headlining act marked the ninth year of the Carolina Country Music Fest, where she performed several of her iconic hits, including “Jesus, Take the Wheel,” “Good Girl,” and “Before He Cheats.” The event, which reportedly drew over 35,000 attendees, was a highlight for many fans despite the unexpected weather conditions.

Currently, Underwood has been dazzling audiences with her Las Vegas residency, Reflection, at Resorts World. Launched in 2021, the residency has been extended multiple times due to its immense popularity, with the final show slated for October. Speaking about the unique experience of performing in Vegas, Underwood told Rolling Stone, “What I love about Vegas is you’re in one place, but everybody is from everywhere. It’s a mishmash of people from all over the place. It’s cool to look out at the audience and think about that.”

Carrie Underwood’s recent performance at the Carolina Country Music Fest is a testament to her unwavering dedication to her craft and her fans. Despite the literal slip-up, she turned what could have been a disastrous moment into a memorable highlight, demonstrating that true stars shine brightest, even in the rain.