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Gaga 'concussed' after NZ show

Lady Gaga displays her flamboyant fashion.
Lady Gaga displays her flamboyant fashion.

LADY Gaga's make-up artist is looking after the pop star after she was hit in the head by a metal pole and concussed during her last New Zealand show.

The Born This Way singer was performing the song Judas about halfway through her Vector Arena show when a large metal pole fell and knocked her on top of the head.

She promised fans the show would go on - and she kept going, for another 16 songs.

TMZ.com reported the singer as saying: "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."

Video footage of the incident shows her reeling and staggering from the top of a castle while holding a fake machine gun.

After the concert, Gaga's make-up artist Tara Savelo tweeted to say she was okay but couldn't believe she continued performing.

"Gaga has a concussion but she is going to be okay. She wants u to know she loves u. I'm taking care of her.cant believe she finished the show," she wrote on Twitter.

Gaga performed three New Zealand shows and is now heading to Australia.

Topics:  entertainment, health, lady gaga, music, new zealand



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