Lady Gaga has been given the 'OK', following an MRI scan which revealed that there was no harm done from the concussion that the superstar experienced during a gig in New Zealand. The star then went on to describe her brain as a 'floating jellyfish'. Standard.
Gaga was performing her hit track 'Judas' in Auckland earlier this month, when a dancer accidentally dropped a pole on her head.
Despite the shock injury, the professional still managed to finish her performance and later revealed that doctors had told her that she was suffering from concussion.
The 'Marry The Night' singer also took to Twitter to post a picture of herself for all her 'Little Monsters' to see, sporting a nasty looking black eye. Jeez, Gaga's sure been in the wars recently!
The superstar took to the social networking site again today (June 20), to inform her followers that she had gone for an MRI and that there were no other side-effects from her injury. The star also compared the images of her brain to a 'jellyfish.'
She wrote: "Went for an MRI. No harm from the concussion but it appears my brain is just water and a large floating jellyfish."
Meanwhile, Gaga took to some of Australia's best 'dining delights' recently, as she enjoyed a well earned break from her busy touring schedule. Check out the pics here.
Check out Lady Gaga's 'Marry The Night' vid below:
Lady Gaga performs at the 2012 MMVAs