Being the trouper she is, Gaga quickly recovered from the nasty fall and assured fans that she was fine.
"That was a fall!" she later remarked. Lady Gaga then went on to console the fan who was looking very upset after this mishap. As fans pointed out, all appeared to be well with the Academy Award-winning musician, who dusted off her shoulders and was back on her feet again to keep the show going. "The surgeon told me that if I had done another show I might have needed a full hip replacement", she said at the time. Mother Monster later asked as she sat beside him on the piano bench, acting like nothing even happened.
"I suppose we should have some tea after that f-k!" she exclaimed. After the fall, Gaga went on singing and dancing like the superstar she is.
As she made her way through the concerned crowd, the pop star assured everyone she was all right, easing the tension with a lighthearted quip about the venue's accessibility. The "Bad Romance" singer often invites a few lucky fans to join her on stage-what a treat!-but it turned out not so great last night. "It's not your fault", she said. "Would you just forgive yourself right now for that happening?"
"It takes two to tango", she says.
Taking to her Instagram, the 33-year-old posted an X-ray photo of a hand doing an "okay" sign, writing alongside the image: "When they have to X-Ray nearly your entire body..." We fell into each other's arms tonight. "We are like Jack and Rose in the Titanic". There is no official word on whether or not she sustained any significant injuries during her fall.
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