Lady Gaga Falls Off Stage in Arms of Fan at Vegas Show

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Gaga assured the crowd that "everything's OK" after the two tumbled several feet to the floor and told the concertgoer who was carrying her that it wasn't his fault.

There was a scary moment at Lady Gaga's Enigma show Thursday night (Oct. 17) in Las Vegas when a Little Monster named Jack lifted her up, then dropped her when the two went tumbling off the stage. In video of the incident posted on Twitter, Gaga is seen smiling as Jack hoists her up onto his hips, only to slip off the stage seconds later, sending the two tumbling several feet to the floor.

The scary moment came after Gaga invited Jack onto the stage and they shared a sweet hug, and despite the fall, Gaga assured the crowd afterward that "everything's OK," telling Jack it wasn't his fault and asking him if he was OK. She then invited him to sit down on her piano bench. "That was a fall!" she said. "Can you promise me something, can you just forgive yourself right now for that happening?" 

Gaga assured Jack it wasn't the first time she's fallen off stage, recalling a time she stage dived and just fell flat, and then comparing the pair to Rose and Jack from Titanic before expertly segueing into "Million Reasons."

Gaga also warned everyone to not be mean to Jack on the Internet. "I'm going to be very upset with each and every one of them," she warned. "It's complicated being up here."

At press time a spokesperson for Gaga could not be reached for comment on whether she suffered any injuries in the fall. The singer didn't comment about the incident, but did post an image of her grueling postshow rehab routine, which includes a five- to 10-minute ice bath, followed by a 20-minute hot bath and another 20-minute stint in a compression suit packed with ice packs.

Gaga is slated to take the stage at the Park Theater at the Park MGM Las Vegas again Saturday night (Oct. 19).

This story first appeared on Billboard.com.