Lady Gaga bursts into tears after storm forces her to cancel mid-performance concert in Miami


Lady Gaga had to cancel a concert in Florida mid-weekend due to stormy weather, but it’s not a decision she took lightly.

The 13-time Grammy winner shared an emotional video on Instagram early Sunday in which he apologizes to fans for the cancellation from the last stop on her Chromatica Ball Tour. She fought back tears as she spoke of the violent storm that brought her Saturday show at Miami’s Hard Rock Stadium to a sudden and unexpected halt.

Gaga, who wore one of her stage costumes in the video, also talked about the health issues she overcame before returning to the concert stage. In 2018, she broke off her Joanne World Tour with 10 performances, citing chronic pain caused by fibromyalgia.

“I love you and yes, I’d rather be dry, but we’re all still alive,” she said. “So go home and be safe and I’ll see you next time I’m on stage.”

In a second Instagram post, Gaga expressed regret that she couldn’t perform her 2020 smash, “Rain on Me,” in the rain, but thanked her audience for understanding nonetheless.

Gaga’s Chromatica Ball Tour kicked off in July in Düsseldorf, Germany. Although the tour was beset by several COVID-19 delays, it garnered critical raves and broke attendance records in Boston and New York, among others.



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