During a concert in New Zealand, Lady Gaga suffered a concussion when she banged her head on a pole. The pop machine showed her mettle Sunday night down under during her third and final show in New Zealand. She struck her head on a pole and continued to keep rocking as if nothing happened.
A video of the accident that was posted online showed a male dancer accidently hitting the singer in the head while trying to remove the pole from the stage. Gaga, who was bending over to pick up a prop staggered just a bit when she was hit, rubbed her head and continued on. She walked off stage following the song for a brief period but quickly returned and performed another 16 songs before ending her show. She apologized later in her show saying she had hit her head and may have suffered a concussion, but she said did not want to worry her fans and she would complete her show.
There was more news out New Zealand from Gaga. Recently Madonna called out Gaga during her recent Tel Aviv stop by playing a mash up of her hit Express Yourself with Born This Way and ending the song with a chant of she’s not me.
Gaga appeared to answer the Madonna dis while playing her song Hair during her show in New Zealand on Thursday. Gaga sat at her keyboard that is motorcycle shaped and appeared as if to respond to the Madonna dis by saying, “It makes others feel better about themselves to make others feel bad, to put others down or to mock their work.”