Lady Gaga is known for her sense of loyalty towards her fans and her profession. The singer recently suffered a massive and painful fall during a concert in Las Vegas. She was seen falling off into the audience along with a fan who was holding her.
Lady Gaga had reportedly invited the fan named Jack to join her onstage. As soon as Jack climbed up, Gaga jumped into his arms. Unfortunately for both, Jack lost his balance and the two fell down on the ground off the stage.
Nevertheless, both Lady Gaga and Jack remained unaffected as they immediately returned to the stage and the former even joked about it. BBC quoted her saying, “It’s amazing. We love each other so much we fell off the damn stage. We fell into each other’s arms. We’re like Jack and Rose from Titanic. I suppose we should have some tea after that.”
That’s not all. She even consoled Jack after the accident saying, “Don’t worry, everything’s fine. It’s not your fault.”
She added, “Could you promise me something? Could you forgive yourself right now for what just happened?”
Gaga also pointed out that everyone on the internet should refrain from bullying or teasing him over the matter. Fans expressed concern for Lady Gaga as she is known to suffer from fibromyalgia, an arthritis-like condition that impairs joints and causes pain. The singer, on the other hand, assured fans that she suffered no damage. She even went on to prove it by performing a dance on stage to her song Bad Romance.
One thing we can’t wrap our heads around is why Gaga felt the fan needed to forgive himself as opposed to him forgiving Gaga for jumping up on him causing him to also fall. We suppose slaylebrities think mere fans don’t equally have bones that could also break.
One day after the dramatic encounter, the singer revealed on social media that she had to get X-rays — and lots of them — to ensure that she didn’t break any bones in her body.
“When they have to X-Ray almost your entire body…” she wrote on Instagram and Twitter beside a photo of her hand X-ray, in which she held up the “OK” gesture.