Fans were quick to console the reality television star and fashion boutique owner, with one person telling her: "So glad ok and, like Madonna, you were such a Trooper and dealt with it very professionally".
If you don't already know what we are talking about, then let us fill you in. Like some sort of award-presenting machine, she got straight back on her feet, quickly regained some of her composure and yelled into the microphone "Oh my God, I am so sorry ... this is live, this is what happens".
Collins, however, maintains that she was not told about how the Love Island stars would be arriving on stage.
She told stand-in hosts Ben Shephard and Amanda Holden that the fall "could have been fatal".
Before Gemma went on the female producer told her there was a trap door in the middle of the stage.
Speaking about her fall, shown below by universal media, Gemma has now said that it could have been 'fatal.' She explained on ITV's This Morning, "The seriousness of it is that it could have been really fatal because, what people don't see, is that under there there's all this machinery going on".
'But they have told us that Gemma did receive a full briefing before going on stage'.
But in a statement, BBC insisted she HAD been briefed.
Now the dust has settled, the furious reality favourite has told The Sun: "I've got to consult a lawyer, yeah". The BBC, they've not been in touch with any compensation or anything - or even an apology, ' she claims. "I've got a bit of a bruise on my left bum cheek - but other than that, I'm rocking and rolling".
He went on to point out that while Gemma wasn't badly hurt, she may still need time to recover.
Get well soon, Gem!