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Lady Gaga Falls on Stage at Houston Concert (WATCH)!



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Lady Gaga took a spectacular fall on stage on Monday but carried on performing like the professional she is. She took her nasty tumble in the middle of her concert in Houston, Texas, and while many performers would have called for medical help, she just kept the show going on.

It was almost a case of “Houston, we have a problem” as Lady Gaga attempted to balance between one foot on a piano and the other on a piano stool while wearing high-heeled, knee-length boots, and a black bikini. Unfortunately, the stool slipped and she lost her balance. Lady Gaga was in the middle of “You and I” during one of her Monster Ball performances in Houston, Texas when the accident happened.

The singer ended up with her back on the floor, legs in the air and giving the audience quite a good look at her scantily clad backside. Like the true professional we all know she is, Lady Gaga (25) carried on singing and then crawled out from under the piano, eventually standing up to face the audience. She barely missed a note during the whole incident.

It was a nasty tumble. Most people would not have blamed her for taking a break in the show to consult a medic. But instead, she just carried on with the show as if nothing had happened.

You go, girl! Lady Gaga is a true professional who is showing the way for other performers on how to put on a great show for the fans, even if it causes you pain.

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