Popstar Jennifer Lopez has laughed off the embarrassing fall she had while performing at the American Music Awards, saying that it was a planned move.
The Waiting For Tonight hit maker spoke about the fall which made her the butt of many jokes on Ryan Seacrest's radio show, telling him that it was a choreographed move, reported People magazine online.
"Did I trip a little bit? I don't even remember," Lopez, 40, joked adding, "Yeah, I meant to do that. That was part of the choreography."
But the singer contradicted herself by saying that she recovered quickly.
"The measure of things isn't what happens when you fall, it's how you recover when you fall. It was fun, it was really fun. It was nice to be back on stage and doing my thing," she said.
The singer-actress had returned to the stage after a gap of two years. She took a break to give birth to twins Max and Emme with husband Marc Anthony.