When She Saw An Injured Fan During A Concert, Lady Gaga Stopped Everything To Help Out

Mother Monster to the rescue.

When it comes to Lady Gaga's fans, the pop star knows how to support them — whether that means standing up for LGBTQ rights or teaming up with Joe Biden to tackle sexual assault. During a recent stop on the world tour for Joanne, Gaga showed that she was a very caring and attentive Mother Monster for one of her concertgoers who was injured.


Over the weekend — in Uncasville, Conn. — the 31-year-old singer stopped the entire show to make sure that a fan, whose name turned out to be Meredith, was OK.

"I just looked over and I saw," Gaga is heard saying onstage in a Twitter video captured by a fan, going on to ask for the person's name, if they were OK, if they were going to stay for the rest of the concert, and if help was on the way. The clip isn't very clear, but we can see Gaga — along with backup dancers — at the edge of the stage, as close to the audience as possible.

"Meredith, I'm so sorry that you got hit in the face and that you're bleeding," Gaga said with the audience saying "aww" and applauding in response. "We're going to make sure that you're OK, all right? OK, I think she's going to go off now to see the doctors. What we all need to remember is that there are some things that are more important than show business."

When all appeared to be OK, the Five Foot Two star then proceeded to dedicate an acapella version of the hit song "Paparazzi" to Meredith — who was also given a backstage pass.

(H/T: People)

Cover image via @ladygaga / Instagram

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