Lady Gaga is reassuring her fans that she’s okay after taking a nasty fall on Thursday night. During a performance on Thursday night, the singer fell off the stage while she was in the arms of a fan and landed in the pit of the audience on her back.
One day after the dramatic encounter, the singer revealed on social media that she had to get X-ray – 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.
Gaga, 33, then playfully quoted her own song from 2008 to make it clear that she was unharmed from the accident.
“Just Dance. Gonna be ok👌,” she added in the caption.
The singer was performing her sold-out Las Vegas residency show Enigma on Thursday night when she plummeted off of Park MGM’s Park Theater Stage and landed in the pit of the audience.
At the time of the accident, the singer was being held by a male fan who she had invited onstage with her — something she builds toward every show before a stripped-down performance of her hit, “A Million Reasons”.
The performer had climbed into the man’s arms while greeting him with a hug after he was pulled from the audience, but he lost his footing while bouncing her around, slipping and falling. Despite the hard fall, Gaga quickly recovered and returned to the stage to continue to her show, reassuring fans that she was unharmed and not angry.
“Everything’s okay. Everything’s okay,” she said from the pit, as captured on video. “The only thing that’s not okay is we need some stairs for the damn stage so I can get back up!”