Another fan hit Lady Gaga in the head during a concert after the video for Force Field went viral

Another fan hit Lady Gaga in the head during a concert after the video for Force Field went viral ...

Lady Gaga is back in concert for the Chromatica Ball tour, which was originally scheduled for 2020, but was postponed due to the COVID-19 epidemic. However, one fan ended up hitting her in the head during another performance.

A fan posted on Twitter a video of Lady Gaga performing in Toronto while performing "Hold My Hand from Top Gun: Maverick." She was hit in the head with a flying object from the audience, but like a pro, she continued to perform as though nothing had happened. "This is so dangerous and depressing."

What makes some fans think this is okay... this is so terrifying and depressing. :( pic.twitter.com/CnmOP88yOFAugust 7, 2022

Justin Bieber once dodged a water bottle thrown at him by an angry fan as he refused to sing his hit song Despacito. There are certainly instances when fans throw objects at performers out of respect, such as throwing a rose or even strange objects as lingerie. On the other hand, the Grammy Award-winning singer was fortunate that the object was just a stuffed animal that would not require a concussion.

This stuffed animal chucking maneuver could have been triggered by a viral video (seen below) that many Twitter users could not help but watch. This video was recorded during one of Gaga's concerts on tour, where an audience member tossed a stick in her direction, but it reflected back as if a force field protected her. "In the video, she protects herself from dangerous objects. "

CONFIRMED: Gaga has an invisible force field that protects her from dangerous objects, as shown in the video pic.twitter.com/zSQiF9Me79July 18, 2022

This Twitter user admitted that no editing was done and that he didn't notice that strange move until later. Other users have suggested that a fan might have blown the object away, or maybe a sheet of film used for special effects in theatrical productions might have done the trick. Gaga has not publicly addressed the incident.

The Chromatica Ball tour will last until September 17th in Miami, where she will perform as Harley Quinn, who started out as The Joker's henchwoman, and will be released on October 4, 2024. We want everyone to be safe from the impact of these events.