UPDATE: Nick Cannon gave the full details on exactly what happened, and it sounds like it did indeed hurt.

She’s such a trouper man, she definitely took a big fall. She was on a marble surface, she was in this beautiful gown, but she couldn’t maneuver properly. She went to reach out for Young Jeezy [and] kinda lost her [balance]. She was kinda sitting down but she fell off these platforms and kinda dislocated her shoulder because it was right on the concrete. She chipped her shoulder and dislocated it and she cracked a rib. I dove and tried to help her. Young Jeezy was like ‘Yo! Are you alright?’ because she was reaching for him and he was right there and she was like ‘Yo! Just pop it back in and keep shooting.’ I was like ‘What? No, you stay down’. We got her to the hospital and the whole time she was on the phone with me like still directing the video, while they were putting her arm back in and bandaging her up and she came back to the video shoot. She spent two hours and finished the music video. The doctor was like athletes come in here crying, passing out because of an injury and she just took it like a trouper.

Women know how to endure pain well. She’s recovering. She’s got a big show at Central Park and its going to be amazing. She’s still doing it. She’s probably going to have a blinged out cast. [The twins] gently touch her and kiss her and say ‘Mommy’s boo boo is going to be okay.’ They are like really gentle. Its nice to see.



What kind of freaky shit was her and Nick Cannon doing? From E! (where you can read the entire story:

Mariah Carey was taken to a New York hospital last night after dislocating her shoulder on the set of a video shoot, the singer’s rep confirms to E! News.

“Mariah injured herself while filming a video for the remix of ‘#Beautiful,’ directed by her husband Nick Cannon,” the rep says. “She was taken to hospital late last night, where doctors reset her shoulder. She is fine and is recovering at home.”

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