Lady Gaga treated her body with some much-needed TLC after she took a tumble off the stage on Friday, Oct. 18, during one of her "Enigma" shows for her Las Vegas residency. The Grammy-winning artist had an X-Ray on her body and an ice bath, among others.

The "Poker Face" singer assured her fans that she was okay and continued with the show after the fall. She danced the night away as if she did not just hit her back hard on the floor. She even invited the fan back on stage and sang a duet with him. Lady Gaga also made jokes about needing stairs so that she can easily go back up the stage.

However, after the show, the 33-year-old singer made sure to pamper her tired, perhaps bruised body, with an "ice bath for 5-10 mins," a hot bath for 20, and then a "compression suit packed with ice packs" for another 20 minutes. She shared a few photos of her post-show routine on her Instagram.

Lady Gaga reveals her post-show therapy routine on Instagram.

— Gaga Now 👾 (@ladygaganownet) October 18, 2019

Lady Gaga during her post-show therapy

— Gaga Now 👾 (@ladygaganownet) October 20, 2019

The following day, Lady Gaga took to her Instagram to admit that she was "in a lot of pain." However, she did not let her condition stop her from being there for her best friend's bachelorette dinner.

Lady Gaga shares a new selfie via Instagram

“I might be in a lot of pain but I couldn’t miss my bestfriends bachelorette dinner.”

— Gaga Now 👾 (@ladygaganownet) October 19, 2019

Just to be sure that she did not break any bone after that tragic fall, Lady Gaga had an X-Ray on nearly her entire body. She assured her fans afterwards that she is fine, and even joked about her ordeal.

"When they have to X-Ray almost your entire body...Just Dance. Gonna be ok," she captioned an X-Ray photo of her hand doing an OK sign.

When they have to X-Ray almost your entire body...Just Dance. Gonna be ok👌

— Lady Gaga (@ladygaga) October 18, 2019

Lady Gaga fell off the stage after she invited a fan over, who got so excited and picked her up. She held on to him, but he tripped as he hopped on stage. Both of them fell over, with the singer hitting the floor first.

Like the total pro and sport that she is, the singer continued with her "Enigma" show and even invited the fan back on stage. She also asked him not to be sad over the incident, since it was not his fault.

Lady gaga brought back the fan on stage after their fall “Everything is okay, everything is okay... We are like Jack and Rose in the Titanic”

— Gaga Now 👾 (@ladygaganownet) October 18, 2019
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Singer Lady Gaga performs during day 2 of the 2017 Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival (Weekend 2) at the Empire Polo Club on April 22, 2017 in Indio, California. Getty