Dua Lipa‘s apologizing to fans who suddenly thought they were in a life or death crisis when unplanned fireworks exploded inside her Toronto concert — and new closeup video shows just how scary it was.
The clip shows the pyrotechnics going off in the middle of a floor section of seating, and it’s clear how close of a call it was for hundreds of people — including fans, crew and security — in the area.
One firework goes off right next to the person behind the camera … the red-hot sparks flew directly in front of them.
DL posted a statement Thursday, saying “Unauthorized fireworks went off in the crowd during my set in Toronto. Creating a safe and inclusive space at my shows is always my first priority, and my team and I are just as shocked and confused by the events as you all are.”
She goes on to apologize to anyone that was scared or felt unsafe … adding an investigation is still being conducted to determine how the fireworks were set off.
As we reported, the fireworks went off Wednesday night inside Scotiabank Arena, and at least 3 people suffered minor injuries, but fortunately, no one needed to be hospitalized.
Dua Lipa Apologizes for Firework Incident at Concert, New Video Shows Danger