Fans were understandably very upset after seeing the pyrotechnics accident unfold during the show at London's Wembley Arena. Michael shared a pic of his bandaged face later, joking he looked like Two-Face and explaining on Instagram that he was "doing OK."
He also told fans he was feeling "loads better" and, in true Mikey fashion, tried to make the best of the frightening moment by changing his profile pic to show his head going up in flames. We love that Mikey always has a great sense of humor - and this is clearly getting him through a difficult time while giving fans a little boost.
#GETWELLSOONMICHAEL was a huge trending topic on Twitter as fans shouted out their concern and support, which he was thankful for, writing: "There's been a lot of love spread around lately, thank you all so much :) All of us boys appreciate everything you do! And also thank you so much to all my friends for wishing me the best."
Feeling loads better and my face is fine :) excited for the show tonight \m/— Michael Clifford (@Michael5SOS) June 14, 2015
While Michael's updates helped soothe fans' worries, his mom shared a message that he has "first degree burns to his face and nearly lost sight in his left eye." Damn, we hope that he's got some quick recovery ahead of him.
Calum Hood was also injured during the show, which was seen in another video making the rounds, though his tweet didn't indicate he was harmed: "No one ever wants to see your best friend in the state I saw mike backstage. He's a trooper and is ok." Fan support flooded in with the hashtag #GetWellSoonCalum.
Stay safe out there guys - maybe ditch the fire effects altogether?
What the fucks up. sorry I couldnt finish the encore, but at least I look like two face. thanks for worrying every1 x pic.twitter.com/wXh9eYUsbV— Michael Clifford (@Michael5SOS) June 13, 2015