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“They Hit Her Right In the Pokerface”: Lady Gaga Gets Teddy Bear Thrown at Her During Live Concert, Continues her Performance Despite the Bizarre Fan Moment

Being a celebrity is not easy, as they receive not just love but hate from the people too. It’s also not rare when during their live performances, fans throw things at them, some out of love and some due to hate. This is the price that they have to pay for being famous as all types of bizarre things get thrown at them. But this doesn’t stop them from being in front of the audience and performing. They adapt themselves accordingly while trying not to think too much about it. A similar incident came to light just recently with Lady Gaga when she was performing on stage during her ‘The Chromatic ball’ concert.

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Lady Gaga was hit by an object during the concert

Lady Gaga, while performing during her “The Chromatic Ball” summer stadium tour in Toronto gets hit by an object thrown from the crowd. She was singing “Hold my Hand” when the incident happened. The object was later recognized to be a teddy bear. Although nothing serious happened still some fans felt unhappy and said that it was not the right thing to do.

 

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A fan named Jo Shelton, who attended the concert, caught the incident on her phone and said that Lady Gaga was so passionate about her performance that when the teddy bear was thrown at her, she just carried on like nothing happened.

” Lady Gaga was so passionately into that performance there was nothing that was going to stop her. She carried on like a complete professional.”

She also says that when the fan who threw the teddy bear, has no ulterior motive, still people should not do this as it could turn out rather terrible.

 “It was definitely accidental and I’m sure that fan feels terrible. I only wanted to share this with other fans to discourage people from throwing things on stage because no matter how well-intentioned you are, you can never predict where something will land when thrown.”

This is not the first time that something like this happened to Lady Gaga though. Just last month, she went viral after someone threw something at her onstage, and it seemed to get deflected by an invisible shield.

Lady Gaga’s “The Chromatic Ball” Concert was lit

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Lady Gaga

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Lady Gaga is known for her versatility and reinventions always serving her fans with amazing performances. Her “The Chromatic Ball” Concert, (which was initially planned in 2020 but had to be rescheduled due to the pandemic) was incredible. She addressed issues of societal concerns like abortion rights and gay marriage in her concert.

Right before her song, “Edge of Glory“, she said:

“I would like to dedicate this song to every woman in America. To every woman who now has to worry about her body if she gets pregnant. I pray that this country will speak up and we will not stop until it’s right!”

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Lady Gaga

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She dedicated “Born This Way” to the LGBTQ+ community and before starting her performance, she said:

 “This might not be the national anthem, but it’s our national anthem! They better not try to mess with gay marriage in this country!”

Her overall stage presence and professionalism are always top notch which always makes the fans look forward to her performances.

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