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Bethenny Frankel attends the 71st Emmy Awards at Microsoft Theater on September 22, 2019 in Los Angeles, California.

Bethenny Frankel recently suffered a bad fall and landed squarely on her butt while dancing on roller skates at Rockefeller Center. The former ‘Real Housewives of New York City’ star attended the grand opening of Flipper’s Roller Boogie Palace, which is located on the center’s iconic ice rink and will now see a roller rink for the spring and summer months with musical performances.

The rink’s opening was a star-studded event attended by hip-hop royalty including Mary J. Blige and Dr. dr according to a videos posted On the Rockefeller Center Instagram profile, Usher performed at the opening of Flipper’s Roller Boogie Palace and Floyd Mayweather was also seen at the event.

The video shows Frankel dancing on her roller skates while applying lip gloss. The former Bravo star then turns away from the camera and begins flapping away, but slips and falls to the ground, landing in a sitting position. Frankel is heard shouting as another person comes over to help her. The entire clip is available via below TMZ:


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Frankel posted about the star-studded event on social media

Writing about her attendance at the April 15 event, Frankel shared a photo of herself in her skates at the rink and captioned it, “This is me in my element… the rink was my babysitter and a place away from my crazy house.” I’m literally happiest when I’m dancing on wheels… being able to share that with my daughter in a legendary place in New York with an old school disco group was legendary… really. Xo.” She also shared a compilation of videos from the evening on her Tick ​​tock.

Corresponding page sixUsher was supposed to perform at 7:30 p.m., but the R&B singer didn’t pick up until after 9:30 p.m. and “he just went on for maybe one song.” Still, a source told the publication that Usher led several dances at the rink, including to Ciara’s famous “1, 2 Step.”

An after-party was held at Le Chalet at L’Avenue at Saks, Page Six wrote, where Mary J. Blige danced to her own hit. “Mary J. Blige danced with will.i.am, Dr. Dre, D-Nice and Q Tip on their own song. DJ Nikki Kynard performed ‘Just Fine,'” the outlet wrote.


Frankel competed in ice skating on Skating With the Stars in 2010

As some RHONY fans may recall, Frankel has some experience skating, although perhaps more on skates, having appeared on 2010’s “Skating With the Stars.” The former Bravo star made it to the final with her pro partner Ethan Burgess but lost the competition to Rebecca Budig.

Frankel, who was 40 at the time of the competition, said: “Rebecca absolutely deserved it. She should become a real ice skater,” it says People. She added: “I’ve taken on too much, but when you do that you just have to push harder and see it through. And you will get what you want. You will achieve it in the end.”

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