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The 33-year-old invited the male fan up on to the stage and the pair hugged. During their embrace Gaga climbed onto him, which was met with laughs from the audience.
As the anonymous guy steadies the popstar in his arms he takes a step back which turns into an immediate and unexpected tumble, falling directly off the stage with her still in his grasp.
The landing appeared as if Gaga took the brunt of the fall. As several members of staff rushed to her aid she announced: "Everything's OK." Ever the professional.
She then proceeded to get to her feet and walk around the stage in search for a way back up. As she went she carried on saying: "The only thing that's not OK is we need some stairs for the damn stage so I can get back up."
Then her concern turned to the fella who she was messing around with as she asked: "You alright? Come on, everything's fine! It's not your fault, let's go, come on." What a gem.
Her return to the stage was met with applause from relieved fans and the guy followed her with his trainer in his hand.
Asking him again, Gaga said: "Are you OK?" They cuddle once more and then she announces: "Can you promise me something? Could you just forgive yourself right now for that happening?"
She went on to add: "It takes two to tango." Very true.
Taking to social media, one fan said: "Lady Gaga fell off stage tonight at one of her shows in Las Vegas and still continued the show like a true professional."
Well, at least I didn't drop Lady Gaga off a stage is how my day is going.
- Jerry Lock, Caster of Stones (@jlock17) October 18, 2019
Another added: "Lady Gaga fell off the stage and then proceeded to kill the 'Bad Romance' choreography like nothing ever happened. The level of professionalism... far too much!"
A third commented: "Lady Gaga is a sweetheart and a fighter. She could have just cancelled the show, but instead, she got back up and continued to perform, and even got on stage with the same fan and made sure that no one will treat him badly for the incident."
We hope they're both OK.
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