You Have To Admire Lady Gaga’s Professionalism
Lady Gaga isn’t any more talented than a dozen other female singers, she just happened upon the idea of wearing clothes and it caught on. Nice idea, but that doesn’t make her a great musician. Additionally, like most celebrities who dip into politics, she has an ego like an elephant and a brain like a mouse.
Still, you have to give credit where credit is due. Gaga isn’t the sort of pampered diva who’d let a little puking stop her from putting on a good show.
The pop star was in the middle of performing her hit song “Edge of Glory” when she paused and bent over to vomit, with her back to the crowd. Literally seconds later, Gaga was back to dancing and singing. Many in the crowd probably didn’t even notice that it happened.
Moments later in the video, Gaga can be seen bending over to throw up again. Then she pukes for a third time seconds later, each time getting right back to her routine with ease.
“Was praying nobody saw but actually its quite a good laugh if u need one!” Gaga tweeted after the show.
Lady Gaga may not be one of your favorite people, but that kind of professionalism you’ve just got to admire.
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