ENTERTAINMENT DESK: Lady Gaga suffered a nasty fall during a concert here after a fan with whom she was dancing with slipped off the stage - taking the singer along.
It all happened when the Born This Way singer invited a fan up on stage at Enigma Las Vegas residency on Thursday.
Gaga had her legs wrapped around the fan's upper body when he accidentally stepped off the stage and sent them both tumbling to the ground, reported The Independent.
In a video captured by a fan, which has gone viral on the net, Gaga can be seen performing with a man who lifts her up. They are seen dancing until they lose balance and fall off the stage. They are helped to their feet by security.
"Holy sh** I can''t believe I got that on camera," the fan wrote while sharing the video of the incident on social media. "Wait for her to fall, holy sh**!"
Lady Gaga brought a fan on stage and let’s just say he wasnt ready for the bright lights— Sports ON Tap Brothers🎙️ (@thesportsontap) October 18, 2019
While it is not clear if Gaga was injured in the accident, she immediately made her way back to the stage alongside the fan, insisting that it was not his fault.
"Everything's okay. We need some stairs by the damn stage so I can get back up," Gaga said.
After asking the fan if he was okay, Gaga said, "It's not your fault. That was a fall. Can you promise yourself, can you just forgive yourself right now for that happening?"
She’s okay though listen to this amazingness I haven’t stopped crying for hours pic.twitter.com/bq29ICZAjD— ash hole (@idkpinecone) October 18, 2019
Sitting by a piano for her next song, Gaga asked the fan, named Jack, to accompany her.
After learning of how long the fan had admired her, Gaga said, "11 years and we love each other so much we fall off the damn stage. I've fallen off a stage before. You know what we did? We fell into each other's arms, Jack. We're like Rose and Jack from Titanic."
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