Here's another reason to give Lady Gaga some "applause" — the pop star stopped her concert to assist a fan in need.
Gaga was performing at the Mohegan Sun in Uncasville, Conn., last Saturday when she realized a member of the audience was bleeding after apparently getting hit in the face.
She then candidly spoke to the fan, whose name is Meredith, until paramedics arrived.
"I just looked over and I saw. Are you doing alright? … Do you need some extra help?" she said. "Yeah? Okay, so do you need a paramedic? They're on their way? Okay."
“I’m so sorry that you got hit in the face and that you’re bleeding.”
Gaga, 31, dedicated her next song, "Paparazzi," to the injured fan and urged her team to give her a backstage pass at the show.
She also took a moment to remind the audience that there are some things that are "more important than show business."
"We're going to make sure that you're okay, alright?" Gaga said.
Gaga is in the midst of her "Joanne World Tour," which she embarked on in August following the release of last year's album, "Joanne."
The “Applause” singer was forced to postpone her scheduled shows in Europe in September due to "severe physical pain" stemming from her health issues, which she detailed both on social media and in her documentary "Gaga: Five Foot Two" earlier this year.
After the documentary premiered, Gaga confirmed she suffers from fibromyalgia, a condition that often leaves those affected with muscle pain and fatigue, among other symptoms.
Gaga is set to make up the rescheduled European shows early next year and complete her tour in February.