Lili Reinhart wipes out on roller skates while goofing around with Madelaine Petsch behind the scenes of Riverdale
Lili Reinhart has learned that roller skating may not be her forte.
The 24-year-old Riverdale actress was seen wiping out in her trailer after trying her hand at the craft on Wednesday.
Sharing the video to Instagram while hanging out with co-star Madelaine Petsch, she could be heard saying ‘You gotta grab life by the b***s,’ before falling backwards.
Roller-whoops!: Lili Reinhart, 24, shares a video of herself falling on roller skates while hanging out with co-star Madelaine Petsch behind the scenes of their show Riverdale
Seeming to get her bearings at first, she launched herself from one end of the trailer to the other with a determined look on her face.
In the video she looked to be taking a break from filming as she sported jeans and a purple turtleneck with fresh blonde waves.
The shiny silver blades with blue laces attached to her feet, the fun looking sport inspired Petsch – despite the fall – as she wrote, ‘Now I need roller skates,’ while tagging Lili and asking, ‘are u ok.’
Reinhart was seen laughing off the fall and did not appear to be injured, though her ego may have been.
Behind the scenes shenanigans: The ladies looked to be taking a break from filming as they hung out in the trailer
All downhill: A little too confident she was seen saying ‘you gotta grab life by the b***s’ before falling
Laugh it off: Reinhart was seen laughing off the fall and did not appear to be injured, though her ego may have been
As the hit CW show enters its fifth season, Lili seemed to be nostalgic for the early days as she took a trip down memory lane and shared snaps from the pilot five years ago.
The group has been filming in Vancouver for a few months now with plenty of late nights and early mornings of filming.
Despite being amongst friends that have become like family, shooting in a different country has provided challenges as Lili said she was not able to go home for Christmas this year.
Home at last: As part of COVID-19 protocol while the show films in Canada, no cast members were allowed to leave the country until the holidays; pictured January 15
In order to adhere to COVID-19 precautions, no cast members were allowed to leave Canada until the holidays, as Lili cited an ‘unfortunate series of events’ for preventing her trip back to her family home in Ohio.
Recently she spoke out after various publications – including Seventeen and The Daily Express – published interviews with someone that claimed to be her.
An impersonator pretending to be both Reinhart and her publicist, she was forced to address it as she wrote: ‘For some bizarre reason, someone impersonated me in an interview with @seventeen. Nothing inappropriate was said, but those were not my words and I wanted to address it.’
Both publications apologized for not fact-checking more and removed the statements alleged from Lili, though there has been no public word on who was behind the impersonation.
Not me: The actress recently addressed the fact that an impersonator had pretended to be both she and her publicist and was giving false interviews which had been published; pictured January 1