Geordie Shore's Sophie Kasaei trips and falls as she leaves boozy Brit Awards 2022 afterparty

GEORDIE Shore's Sophia Kasaei took an unfortunate tumble as she headed out of a boozy Brit Awards 2022 afterparty on Tuesday night.

The reality TV star looked all partied out as she exited the 02 in London, bending over to pick up her bag from the floor after falling over.

Sophie, 32, glammed up for the celebrity-packed evening, donning a long black dress with a sparkling diamante slip over one of her legs.

The MTV favourite slicked her hair back into a chic high ponytail, and sported a dramatic palette of make-up, including false lashes and a nude lipstick.

Earlier in the night, the star had been seen striking a number of poses on the red carpet as she wowed onlookers with her glamorous ensemble.

However, Sophie took a small tumble as she headed out of the venue after the boozy after party backstage in London's 02 area.

She was seen bending down to pick up her belongings from the floor, including her crystal-encrusted handbag which appeared to contain a cocktail.

Sophie at one point looked to have removed her shoes after the long night of dancing with a whole host of celebrity associates.

After leaving the venue, Sophie and her pals kept the party going as they headed back to a London hotel room and ordered late-night takeout.

Sophie was not the only star to fall at the Brits, as singer Anne-Marie dramatically tumbled down the stairs during her live performance.

Anne-Marie, wearing a short red dress, had only just begun singing when she flew down several stairs on the stage – getting her foot caught on a step.

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Despite landing on her knees, and although her voice wobbled, she carried on as if it had never happened and kept singing.

Following her performance, Anne-Marie took to Twitter to comment on her fall, joking that she "didn't need her left ankle anyway".

Brit Awards fans, meanwhile, have congratulated Anne-Marie for keeping calm and continuing with her song despite the fall.

One fan wrote: "Poor Anne-Marie. I feel so bad for her. The way she recovered from that fall though? Respect."

Another chimed in to agree on Twitter: "Anne Marie getting straight back up from that fall what a trooper!!!"

A third directly reached out to the singer: "You handled it amazingly! If I were you I'd have just rolled along the floor until I was off the stage."

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