The 87-year-old showbiz veteran was in hospital following the fall and has had to pull out of presenting his variety show Bruce’s Hall Of Fame due to injury, the show’s production company said.
In a statement, Kalooki Pictures said: “This morning, Sir Bruce Forsyth slipped and fell at his home resulting in facial abrasions and minor concussion.
“He attended hospital and had a series of scans and tests all of which happily proved negative.
“However, because of his injury, he has been told by doctors he must have complete rest for at least seven days.”
Sir Bruce was set to take to the stage of London’s Dominion Theatre alongside names such as comedian Catherine Tate and Pointless presenter Alexander Armstrong for the star-studded BBC show.
Armstrong will now step up to the compere role in Sir Bruce’s absence.
Speaking after his fall, Sir Bruce said: “I was really looking forward to this show and working with such a talented cast, and I am really sad not to be part of it.
“It is now in the most capable hands of Alexander Armstrong and I would like to wish him, the guests and the whole production team good luck on Sunday.”
Charlotte Moore, controller at BBC One, said: “Everyone at the BBC wishes Bruce a very speedy recovery.”
Jane Lush, executive producer, said: “All of us here on the Bruce’s Hall of Fame team are thinking of him and know he will be looking forward to getting back to work very soon.”
Bruce’s Hall Of Fame is expected to be screened in the new year.
The show aired with an overnight rating of 3.85 million viewers last Christmas.