Check out pictures from the opening night of Taylor's 'Red' world tour in Omaha, Nebraska, where she was joined on stage by support act Ed Sheeran.
Ed Sheeran Suffers On-Stage Fall On Opening Night Of Taylor Swift's 'Red' Tour - Video
The 'Small Bump' singer took a tumble off a speaker while performing on the tour.
Ed Sheeran suffered an on-stage fall during his first performance on Taylor Swift's 'Red' tour last night.
The 'Lego House' singer is seen falling hard onto the stage in Omaha, Nebraska in a fan video taken on the tour's opening night this past Wednesday (13th March).
Ed was performing his single 'You Need Me, I Don't Need You' during his opening set for the 'We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together' singer, climbing up onto the on-stage speakers to lead the crowd through his rap-heavy hit.
Check out a picture of Taylor Swift and Ed Sheeran duetting during last night's concert below (Credit: Splash):
However, towards the end of the song Ed can be seen attempting to leap between speakers and misjudging the gap, resulting in the UK singer-songwriter taking a tumble and falling head over heels across the stage.
Despite the fall Ed seemed to be uninjured by the accident and completed the show, even joining Taylor on stage for a duet of their song 'Everything Has Changed' .
Ed Sheeran is due to join Taylor Swift as a support act on all 66 dates of her 'Red' North American tour.
Watch Ed Sheeran's on-stage fall during his performance this week in Omaha below: