After a so-so night of entertainment live from The O2 in south London last night, there really was only one moment that stood out - like a swollen ankle.

The Brit Awards were live on ITV and Virgin Media One last night, hosted by comedian Mo Gilligan with presenter and DJ Maya Jama also on hand for some banter. With the O2 filled to the gills with big names (Adele, Ronnie Wood and Liam Gallagher to name a few) all eyes were on the performers to deliver some memorable moments. Unfortunately, when it came to pop star Anne-Marie to take to the Brit Awards stage, she pulled a Madonna.

While certainly not as bad as Madge's cape fiasco from 2015, it did cause a flurry of Tweets last night to deem it one of the night's biggest happenings. Anne-Marie, who is a coach on 'The Voice UK', and has had a number of hit singles including collaborations with Niall Horan and Little Mix, has remained a big name in British pop for the past number of years.

Her fall on stage last night happened just seconds into her performance. Here's the moment Anne-Marie tripped and rolled onto her ankle.

Ever the professional, the pop star continued her performance, which was a mash-up of her collaboration with Little Mix ('Kiss My Uh Oh'), before she was joined by KSI and Digital Farm Animals for 'Don't Play', a song that was also nominated for Song Of The Year (Adele's 'Easy On Me' won the accolade).

Afterwards, Anne-Marie tweeted a tongue-in-cheek response to her Brit Awards fall, tweeting: "Didn't need my left ankle anyway."

Within minutes of her tumble live on stage, a Twitter account was created, dedicated to Anne-Marie's ankle. Already managing to get nearly 800 followers overnight, the account hasn't gone unnoticed by the pop star.

Without a doubt, Anne-Marie's performance was one of the few talking points of the night, which saw Adele walk away with three awards (Best Song, Best British Artist and Best Album) and perform 'I Drink Wine' while sitting on top of a piano.

Liam Gallagher also flew in via helicopter, sang his new song 'Everything's Electric' and walked straight off stage without a word to the audience; while newcomer Little Simz stirred up the most emotional moment of the night, bringing her mother on stage to collect her award for Best New Artist. She also performed the stadium down with her song 'Introvert & Woman'.