WATCH: Gwen Stefani recorded a live, one-take music video for her new song "Make Me Like You"

It was all going really well right up until the VERY end...

via Stereogum

via Stereogum

Last week we reported that Miss Stefani would be producing and performing in the world's first live broadcast music video, and it took place last night during the Grammys.

"Make Me Love You" is Stefani's second single from her upcoming album This Is What The Truth Feels Like, her first solo album since 2006's The Sweet Escape.

The video was performed and broadcast live during a 4-minute commercial break of the Grammys Award Show last night, and it featured multiple wardrobe changes, backdrop settings and complicated choreography.

It all went off almost entirely without a hitch until the rollerskating section towards the very end of the video, and right around the 3.30 mark, Stefani is skating backwards and falls to the ground, taking down several of her back-up dancers with her.

Not to worry though, as everyone - somehow - managed to right themselves for the final crane shot of Stefani in an exploding shower of rose petals.

This Is What The Truth Feels Like is due for release on March 18th.