Lady Gaga is one of those performers who gets lost on stage right now. The hitmaker Shallow is currently presenting himself in Las Vegas for his residency at Park MGM. During one of her appearances, she had a fan come on stage with her and that didn't end well.
In the middle of her Enigma performance, she had fans come 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 her balance and fell off the stage.
Another fan watching the show was able to capture the awful moment when the Oscar-winner and her fan broke up. Lady Gaga is seen coming out of the fall and says, "I'm fine." "She played the most incredible show and never left her at this stage," later tweeted .
Lady Gaga and her new makeup line
The star was born an actress who entered the beauty industry following the likes of Kim Kardashian and Kylie Jenner. Gaga recently launched its own cosmetic line called Haus Laboratories. The 33-year-old contractor says she does not follow the trends but simply does what is natural to her.
"I don't pay attention to trends or what people necessarily want to see me," Gaga told People in an interview. "I always am, whether people like it or not."
A similar attitude is that Lady Gaga has so many fans. More than a pop artist, the star is a whole ideology. Gaga is an originality, a way of life in which everyone is accepted and anyone who feels like a blackmailer can feel safe. Her makeup philosophy is not to change you as a person, but to improve who you are now.
"Actually, we don't care if you wear makeup or not. The important thing for us is that you love yourself and spread a message like this [of] around the world, "she added.
Lady Gaga took a stand
Lady Gaga made a huge move this week when she removed a song from her album by Artpop . The Do What U Want track, co-authored with the insulting R. Kelly, will not be included in the album. According to Rolling Stone, Gaga plans to release a new vinyl and CD version of Artpop without a tune.
Following the documentary "Survivors of R. Kelly," Gaga expressed her feelings for the producer. The series recounts sexual abuse allegations suffered by women close to him.
"I stand behind these women 1000%, I believe them, I know that they are suffering and hurting, and I feel strongly that their voices must be heard and taken seriously," Lady Gaga wrote in Twitter . "What I hear about the allegations against R Kelly is absolutely horrifying and undeniable."
The song has already been removed from online streaming services such as Apple Music and Spotify.