Lady Gaga concussed on stage

Last updated 08:50 11/06/2012

Related Links

Auckland designers go Gaga

Relevant offers

Music

Hiria Moffat relishes return to the spotlight at 80 Musician Hiria Moffat aims to create a Maori Hall of Fame Legendary Auckland music venue Kings Arms goes on the market, music fans howl and developers prowl Dolly Parton teamed up with Pentatonix for an a cappella cover of her hit Jolene Plus-size fashion show scores big in Japan Willy Moon and Natalia Kills release new album A Life Story - Soprano and braille advocate Lisette Wesseling dies, aged 44 Mi-Sex release Not From Here three decades after their last album Napier singer-song writer wins trip to Japan with music Bruce Springsteen's Christchurch concert sells out

Lady Gaga reportedly suffered a concussion during her last New Zealand show after being struck in the head with a pole by one of her dancers.

The superstar singer was performing her song Judas at Vector Arena on Sunday when one of her dancers accidentally hit her on the top of the head with a large metal pole he was moving.

The incident was caught on camera and shows Gaga stagger when struck, before leaving the stage.

According to the website TMZ.com she told the audience: "I want to apologise. I did hit my head and I think I may have a concussion. But don't you worry, I will finish this show."

Gaga's make up artist Tara Savelo confirmed on Twitter the singer had suffered the concussion. 

"Gaga has a concussion but she is going to be OK. She wants u to know she loves u. I'm taking care of her. Cant believe she finished the show."

She went on to perform another 16 songs on Sunday, the last of her three Auckland concerts.  

Ad Feedback

- Auckland Now

Special offers

Featured Promotions

Sponsored Content