In my experience many times bulbs of this nature tend to, separate from the metal seating as you apply the pressure needed to twist them out. If this becomes the case usually the glass can be removed carefully, while turning slightly to snap any filament that may be still attached to the glass.
Power Off and as suggested use pliers to ease the metal seating out.
(Safety Glasses- its very likely TINY dust sized pieces of glass will be almost, 'Floating' around-trust me). If you haven't satisfied your original question on how to approach, here ya go, drug, hardware, dollar stores and ANY online market place sell, 'Super Stick Gel Pads'.
They can be oval or square, approximately the size of a large smartphone, and are easily cut to size. They have endless uses, and this is one, as they stick without waiver, yet can be pealed back easily, rinsed and reused.
The cost is usually under $5 for a 3 pack, and then very simply slide it up with 2 wooden Paint stirrers,or even small popsicle sticks- 2 3, 4 whatever gives you a safe feeling of pressure and maneuverability. Maybe small size -2 on opposing sides using 2 hands etc.
If the bulb breaks, nearly all the pieces small or large will stick to the gel pad, & rinse off as well.
It will stay attached to the bulb if you need to switch 'Implements', to say a simple pair of pasta or grill Tongs. Even your palm will be adequate and protected (not so crazy I've removed 100's of bulbs).