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Lady Gaga Falls on Stage – Again (WATCH)!



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Lady Gaga seems to have been having a lot of trouble staying on her feet lately. For the second time this month, the superstar singer fell on stage during a live concert. Her latest slip happened last Wednesday while performing in Atlanta, Georgia. And now the video is going viral, just like the video of her more spectacular fall from a piano in Houston, Texas, on April 10, when she fell off a fire-spewing piano. That was on an earlier stage of her current “Monster Ball” tour.

This time, Gaga was dancing in high heels with her tour dancers and seemed to lose her balance. It appeared that she may have tripped over an article of clothing she had just thrown on the floor. However, just like last time, Lady Gaga didn’t miss a beat. She carried on performing, got right back up on her feet and continued with her performance of “Poker Face.” Blink and you’ll miss it in the video but it’s worth a close look!

One commentator on the YouTube video of her latest fall remarked,

“She’s falling quite a lot lately… I think she’s just exhausted… She really has to take a break now, she’s been touring for a year and a half already.”

So why is Lady Gaga falling so much lately? Is she just exhausted? (She actually fell quite a bit on stage in last year right at the start of the tour, too!)

The “Born This Way” singer also recently had to apologize after calling the idea that she ripped off Madonna “retarded.”

April can be the cruelest month!

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