Lady Gaga is one of those performers that gets lost in the moment on stage. The “Shallow” hitmaker is currently performing in Las Vegas for her residency at Park MGM. During one of her shows, she had a fan get up on stage with her and it did not end well.
In the middle of her “Enigma” performance, she had a fan get on stage with her. The “Little Monster” carried the star as she continued to dance. With all the movement and jumping from Gaga, the fan lost balance and fell off the stage.
Another fan watching the show was able to catch the horrible moment as the Oscar winner and her fan took a tumble. Lady Gaga is seen getting up from the fall and saying, “I’m ok.”
The fan that recorded the video posted a follow-up video where Gaga is at a piano, with the same fan that fell, going on with the show. “She played the most amazing show and did not let this phase her at all,” the fan later tweeted.
Lady Gaga and her new makeup line
The A Star is Born actress who is venturing into the beauty industry following the likes of Kim Kardashian and Kylie Jenner. Gaga recently launched her own cosmetics line called Haus Laboratories. The 33-year-old performer says she doesn’t follow trends, she just does what is natural to her.
“I don’t pay attention to what is trending or what people necessarily want to see me as,” Gaga told People in an interview. “I’m just always me, whether people like it or not.”
That type of attitude is why Lady Gaga has so many fans. More than a pop artist, the star is a whole ideology. Gaga represents originality, a way of life where everyone is accepted and everyone who feels like an outcast can feel safe. Her philosophy for the makeup is not about changing you as a person but enhancing who you are now.
“In truth, we don’t care if you wear our makeup or not. What’s important to us is that you love yourself and spread that kind [of] message around the world,” she added.
Lady Gaga takes a stand
Lady Gaga made a huge move this week when she removed a song from her Artpop album. The track “Do What U Want,” which was co-written by disgraced R. Kelly, will not be featured on the album. According to Rolling Stone, Gaga plans to release a new vinyl and CD version of Artpop without the tune.
It was after the Lifetime documentary, “Surviving R. Kelly,” that Gaga expressed her feelings about the producer. The series narrated the accusations of sexual abuse that women close to him suffered.
“I stand behind these women 1000%, believe them, know they are suffering and in pain, and feel strongly that their voices should be heard and taken seriously,” Lady Gaga wrote on Twitter. “What I am hearing about the allegations against R Kelly is absolutely horrifying and indefensible.”
The song had already been removed from online streaming services like Apple Music and Spotify.