Rowe McManus falls off stage live during an accident at The Project

By Marta Jarry for Daily Mail Australia

12:05 02 February 2024, Updated 12:07 02 February 2024

Rowe McManus recently made plans to return to Australian television.

But his appearance on Friday's episode of The Project didn't go to plan when he tumbled off stage.

The 50-year-old excitedly rolled back in his chair and found the hard way that the stage didn't go all the way up to the back wall.

Rowe fumbled trying to get his footing, leaving his co-stars confused.

'Any interested audience, that's why if you say „we'll be back”, you don't change. Stay tuned,' Rowe said after the incident aired.

Rowe McManus (pictured) recently planned a comeback to Australian television. But her appearance on Friday's episode of The Project didn't go as planned

'Because I hurt myself when I threw up at recess…'

'I didn't realize the platform we were sitting on wouldn't go back! As I was doing it, I thought, „This is going on for a while.” I almost hurt myself,' he explained.

'And none of us immediately went to your aid,' joked his co-star Michael Hing.

Rumors swirled last year that the former Tonight Show host was preparing a new musical.

Rove's company, Roving Enterprises, the team behind Channel 10's The Project, is keen to create a program reports music industry blog like MTV. Mix Town.

The 50-year-old excitedly rolled back in his chair and found the hard way to the back wall where the platform didn't go.
'Any interested audience, that's why if you say „we'll be back”, you don't change. Stay tuned,' Rowe said after the incident aired
Rowe struggled to get his footing

According to the report, the local networks were attracted to Rowe's company after their hugely successful work producing the ARIA Awards last year.

Rowe became a big star on Australian television in 2000 when he landed his own self-titled television show, Rowe Live, which was picked up by Network Ten following a short stint on Channel Nine.

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Rowe was 26 when he started hosting variety shows, and he was destined for big things, with many comparing him to big names like Jay Leno and Conan O'Brien.

It was during this time that Rowe met his first wife, Belinda Emmett, known for her role in Home and Away.

Tragically, Belinda died of breast cancer in November 2006 aged 32, 18 months after marrying Rowe.

Following his wife's death, Rowe took some time out of the public eye, but returned to TV the following year.

He later married actress Tasma Walton in 2009 and the couple are parents to an eight-year-old daughter.

Rumors swirled last year that the former Tonight Show host was preparing a new musical

Read more: Rowe McManus reveals he routinely shut down as a coping mechanism as first wife Belinda Emmett battled breast cancer

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