The Bad Romance singer was in the fan's arms when the pair toppled into the pit during Gaga's Enigma concert in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The shocked audience gasped and screamed as Gaga and the fan fell, but social media users were quick to praise the star for getting back up and delivering an exciting performance despite the tumble.
However, it was on with the show for the performer as she got back up on the stage - well after she could find the stairs. He appeared to have landed on top of the petite songstress.
"Everything is OK", she reassured the crowd, per a video captured by a fan. "She then proceeded to perform the next song with him, asking for people on the Internet to be kind and not bully him: 'It takes two to tango'".
"Everything's okay", Gaga said.
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Gaga is completely out of sight after falling to the floor. There is no word on whether Gaga or the fan sustained any injuries.
"Gaga urged the fan who accidentally dropped her off stage not to blame himself as he was crying after the incident", someone tweeted.
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The fan joined her on stage post-fall at her piano where they talked some more about it.
We hope they're both OK.