Published: Fri, October 18, 2019
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Lady Gaga falls off stage while dancing with fan during Vegas show

Lady Gaga falls off stage while dancing with fan during Vegas show

Last night, at her Enigma residency in Las Vegas (after her pre-show workout routine was complete), Lady Gaga invited a fan onstage and got more than she bargained for.

Fan-shoot videos captured the fall as in happened, which shows a blue-haired Gaga seeming a bit dazed as she tried to regain herself from the painful incident. However, after the man took a few short steps, he went too far and tumbled off the side of the stage. Luckily, disaster was averted and she will be continuing performing her set through May with the next performance scheduled for Saturday night.

Ouch! That was quite a fall, but was Lady Gaga hurt or is she okay?

It appears as if he lands on top of her. There is no word on whether Gaga or the fan sustained any injuries.

According to Twitter, Gaga got right back up on stage and gave a killer performance of hit song Bad Romance. "And if anybody on the internet is mean to you tomorrow about this then I'm going to be very upset with each and every one of them", she told the crowd.

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Her return to the stage was met with applause from relieved fans and the guy followed her with his trainer in his hand. Lady Gaga continued. "We fell into each other's arms like Rose and Jack in Titanic". "Can you promise yourself, can you just forgive yourself right not for that happening?" The fan said Lady Gaga could've cancelled the show after the fall accident but she did otherwise.

Whew, that was intense!

"The show must continue", a true, passionate artist would often say.

Lady Gaga, right, and designer Brandon Maxwell at The Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute benefit gala celebrating the opening of the "Camp: Notes on Fashion" exhibition in NY.

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