She asked her fan to go back on-stage, and while they were sitting in front of the piano, Lady Gaga revealed that it wasn't her first time falling off the stage.
In response to Individuals, Gaga was extra involved concerning the fan and his emotions than she was about herself.
Apparently Lady Gaga invited an audience member onstage during her show at the Park Theater at MGM and that's when things took a turn for the worst.
"Everything is okay, everything is okay..."
A prank including a bucket in a store, was so amusing, we don't know how the prankster keep a straight face. "That was a fall!"
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According to fans at the show who lit up social media with updates, Gaga continued the show.
And if you're a fortnite fan, you know that it's spelled N-I-T-E not N-I-G-H-T. "Will you just forgive yourself right now for that happening?" She has tried several treatments to ease the soreness in the past, as seen in her documentary, "Lady Gaga: Five Foot Two".
From videos shot by fans in the crowd, it appears that Gaga hit the floor, and then the fan ended up crashing down on top of her as the shocked audience gasped and screamed.
"We're like Rose and Jack from 'Titanic", the star quipped before breaking into song and continuing the show. She fell off the stage while dancing with one of her fans. So much so that he chose to respond with a statement and several angry tweets firing back at his critics. He was carrying her around his waste when he lost his footing and the pair fell off the stage. She seemed alright with it though, even went along with it, wrapping her legs around the excited fan. "The level of professionalism... far too much!" the fan wrote.