AUCKLAND, New Zealand - Lady Gaga has been struck on the head by a pole while performing a concert in New Zealand.
The singer was hit Sunday during the third of three shows in Auckland.
Clips posted online show the superstar singer was in the middle of a rendition of "Judas" when a backup performer accidentally striking Gaga with the set prop while removing it from the central stage. Gaga, holding a mock machine gun, staggers and rubs her head before briefly leaving the stage.
MTV reports that she returned a short time later to power through the rest of her 16-song set, even though she'd suffered an injury.
At one point the singer told the audience, "I want to apologize. I did hit my head and I think I may have a concussion. But don't you worry, I will finish this show."
Gaga's makeup artist Tara Savelo wrote Monday on Twitter: "Gaga has a concussion but she is going to be okay. She wants u to know she loves u. I'm taking care of her. Can't believe she finished the show."
Gaga's New Zealand publicist Bridget de Launay said Monday she was seeking comment from tour organizers, adding the Auckland shows were sellouts and a "huge success."
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