Lady GaGa Has MRI Scan After Concert Head Injury
GaGa tweets her dad saying she's fine following her concussion...
Lady GaGa has had an MRI scan after she suffered a concussion, taking to Twitter to tell her father and fans that all is well.
As we previously reported, Mother Monster was performing track Judas during her Born This Way Ball tour show in Auckland, New Zealand on 9th June, when a dancer accidentally stuck her on the head with a metal pole.
The Bad Romance hitmaker later tweeted a picture of herself sporting a black eye after the incident, telling her followers: "Thank you so much for all the thoughtful messages. I feel a bit woozy but a little better everyday. Very happy to be in beautiful Australia."
GaGa took to Twitter yesterday (20th June) to confirm that she had an MRI scan just to make sure there was no permanent damage - also tweeting her dad Joe Germanotta to inform him that she was fine.
The 26-year old tweeted: "Went for an MRI. No harm from the concussion but it appears my brain is just water and a large floating jellyfish."
She then added: "@germanottajoe i had them check my noodle. That was your father's day present Il mio babbo!! I thought they were taking me to the zoo. TRICKS."
Earlier this week, Lady G also hit the headlines after she was given a silver sex toy during a gig in Australia, telling the crowd: "Thank you very much for worrying about my sex life - but I will assure you that all is well."