Entertainment Lady Gaga Puts The Brakes On Her Show To Aid An Injured Fan

12:36  14 november  2017
12:36  14 november  2017 Source:   Refinery29

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Lady Gaga Paused Concert To Help An Injured Fan . According to Glamour, Mother Monster pumped the brakes on her show in Connecticut on Saturday evening after seeing a fan bleeding in the audience.

Lady Gaga stops her show to help an injured fan . A fan who was injured at Lady Gaga 's show in Connecticut on Saturday, Nov.11, ended up with a small silver lining to her mishap. During the concert, Gaga stopped the music to speak to a fan she 'd noticed was bleeding.

a close up of a woman: Refinery29© Provided by Refinery29 Inc. Refinery29 Going to concerts, while extremely fun, can be a dangerous dance with fate. Think of it: You're standing in a crowd of thousands of people who, like you, are stoked out of their minds to see their favorite performers.

While wrapped up in the excitement, limbs have a tendency to fly and people sometimes get hurt. But it's not every day you actually see an artist stop an entire show to personally check in to make sure an injured fan is going to be OK. Of course, Lady Gaga is no ordinary musician: She's the hero we need but don't necessarily deserve.

According to Glamour, Mother Monster pumped the brakes on her show in Connecticut on Saturday evening after seeing a fan bleeding in the audience. A video of the encounter later circulated on Twitter, showing a mic'd Gaga assuring the young woman that she would help provide assistance.

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Watch Lady Gaga Stop Her Show Mid-Concert to Help a Bleeding, Injured Fan . The singer was performing her Joanne World Tour in Uncasville, Conn., on Saturday when she noticed an injured fan in the audience, and she immediately sprang into action.

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"Hi, I just looked over and I saw. Are you doing all right?" Gaga can be heard saying in the video. "Are you gonna stay? Do you need some extra help? Do you need a paramedic? They're on their way? OK."

Fortunately, medics were quick to respond, and the fan received the care she needed. Before continuing on with the show, Gaga told the crowd, "What we all need to remember is that there are some things that are more important than show business."

Gaga, of course, knows this truth all too well. Over the past year, she's opened up about her battle with fibromyalgia, a musculoskeletal disorder that causes people to experience chronic pain and fatigue. At one point, the singer was suffering so badly that she ultimately canceled some of her tour stops to focus on her health and recovery.

In a time where celebrities are constantly monitored on their social media pages and in public, it's refreshing to see Gaga advocating for physical and mental wellness, not just on her personal accounts but also at her live shows. Here's hoping more artists will follow in her bedazzled footsteps.


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