Lady GaGa Continues Her Performance Despite Being in the Head Onstage

The pop star has yet to address the matter, but her fans are clearly upset by the ordeal as one laments, 'How do some fans think this is OK... this is so dangerous and sad.'

AceShowbiz - Lady GaGa proved how professional she is. Despite being hit in the head at a Toronto stop of her "Chromatica Ball" tour, the "Born This Way" hitmaker continued her performance.

The incident took place when the 36-year-old was singing "Hold My Hand" from the "Top Gun: Maverick" soundtrack. After someone threw the object at her, the singer continued delivering her lyrics as if nothing happened and she even raised her hands.

GaGa has yet to address the matter. Her fans, however, were clearly upset by the ordeal. "How do some fans think this is OK... this is so dangerous and sad," the Twitter user who posted the clip wrote. A Lady Gaga fan account, meanwhile, argued, "This not only is dangerous to Gaga, but items may also catch on fire in the jets as well and cause damage."

That aside, GaGa dropped the visuals for "Hold My Hand" on May 6. In the black-and-white clip, which is directed by Joseph Kosinski, she can be seen wearing an aviator jacket and sunglasses as she belts out the emotional track from under a jet. The video also shows her playing piano on a plane runway.

"So cry tonight/ But don't you let go of my hand/ You can cry every last tear," the pop star, real name Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta, sings in the chorus. "I won't leave 'til I understand/ Promise me, just hold my hand."

The music video also features some scenes of Tom Cruise and some other stars in the new movie. It concludes with the "House of Gucci" actress showing off her high notes as jets take off.

Speaking about "Hold My Hand", GaGa wrote on Twitter, "I didn't even realize the multiple layers it spanned across the film's heart, my own psyche, and the nature of the world we've been living in." She continued, "I've been working on it for years, perfecting it, trying to make it ours."

"I wanted to make music into a song where we share our deep need to both be understood and try to understand each other -- a longing to be close when we feel so far away and an ability to celebrate life's heroes," she added. "I'm so grateful to Tom and Hans and Joe for this opportunity -- and it's been a beautiful experience working with them… This song is a love letter to the world during and after a very hard time. I've wanted you to hear it for so long."

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