The Essex girl also revealed that she still had a great time at the event despite the embarrassing fall.
The reality TV star stole the headlines for all the wrong reasons when she announced Love Island as the victor of Best TV Show at the annual awards as a trap door opened to bring the winners up on stage.
Professor Green also called the reality TV star his "spirit animal" while Paddy McGuinness admitted her fail had "pepped me right up".
What a hero. We love you, Gemma!
You fell on stage, I fell off one.
Unfortunately, Gemma failed to notice the newly formed hole in the floor next to her.
'I must say I'm in a bit of shock still. However, I am in a bit of pain this morning, I'm not going to lie.
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She said on This Morning she wanted to "apologise" to the Love Island stars, saying: "I wiped them out. and they had to go see paramedics after".
"Guys it's ok I'm alive I've always said I'm like Bridget Jones don't worry everyone xx best and worst moment of my life", she tweeted to her 1.29 million followers.
"That poor girl [Amber Davies] almost got totally crushed, there's nothing of her".
The Essex native was presenting an award for "Best TV Show" at the glitzy ceremony in front of a crowd of thousands at Wembley Arena.
Ben Shephard tentatively asked: "In all seriousness, there is quite a big hole there you've fallen down, maybe the Love Island guests saved you as you squashed them on the way in?"
Iconic. I'm sure this could only happen to her too.
"It's just one of these moments I don't think I'll ever live down".