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Tuesday, 12 April 2011 16:13
Lady GaGa has suffered from an on-stage mishap during a recent performance on her Monster's Ball tour. The "Born This Way" singer took a nasty spill from a piano while performing in front of thousands of her fans in Houston, Texas recently, and the embarrassing moment has been captured on tape.
Delivering a rendition of "You And I", the 25-year-old stood with one foot on a piano stool and the other on the black grand piano. When her heel accidentally flicked the stool away from her, she came tumbling down and landed flat on her back under the piano. Amazingly, she didn't lose grip of the microphone and continued singing underneath the piano before quickly got back up.
Eric Souknary, a fan who managed to tape the unfortunate incident, was quoted by Daily Mail as saying, "It was in the middle of the show." Recalling further, he went to detail, "She was really high up and it looked really bad. I only just managed to keep the video steady."
The 18-year-old added, "The crowd all saw it and I don't think anyone would have minded is she'd walked off the stage to get checked out by medics. But she was a real professional and jumped back up on stage to finish her set in front of the fans. It was really amazing to see."
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