Lady Gaga, Enigma Residency, Las Vegas

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Lady Gaga took a tumble during Thursday night's Enigma show in Las Vegas.

After inviting a fan onto the stage at MGM's Park Theater, Mother Monster gave the showgoer a hug, wrapped her legs around him and was scooped up into his arms. After playfully bouncing around for a bit, the fan fell off the stage— taking Gaga down with him. The Grammy winner's team rushed to help her after she landed on the floor. However, the singer handled the whole thing like a pro.

"Everything is OK," she reassured the crowd, per a video captured by a fan. "The only thing that's not OK is we need some stairs for the damn stage so I can get back up."

The "Shallow" star then asked the fan if he was hurt.

"You all right?" she asked him, bringing him back to the stage. "Come on. Everything's fine. It's not your fault. Let's go." 

She then gave the fan a hug and invited him to join her at the piano. Not wanting the fan to feel guilty about the incident, she asked him to forgive himself.

"It takes two to tango," she said.

She also assured him it wasn't the first time she'd fallen off a stage.

"You know what we did? We fell into each other's arms tonight," she said. "We're like Rose and Jack from the Titanic."

Proving the show must go on, the A Star Is Born actress then broke into song.

Of course, Gaga looked fabulous throughout the entire incident, rocking a blue wig and purple ensemble. She also proved she was OK by sharing some photos of her "post-show" routine. 

Gaga even underwent an X-ray of her "entire body," but played off the injury with a clever reference to one of her most iconic tracks. 

Add that to the "million reasons" fans love Gaga.

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