Lady Gaga Start Tears Up After Storm Says To Cancel Miami Concert Mid-Performance

Lady Gaga was forced to postpone her weekend Florida concert during the performance due to the stormy weatherhowever, it wasn’t her decision to do so lightly.

This 13 time Grammy winner posted an emotional post on Instagram early on Sunday morning, apologizing people who viewed her show for cancelling the last show on the Chromatica Ball Tour. She shed tears when she addressed the severe storm which brought her performance on Saturday on the South Beach’s Hard Rock Stadium to a abrupt and unplanned halt.”We determined to complete the show this evening in Miami however we were unable to do so because even though the rain seemed to stop but there was lightning that was hitting directly to the ground right next towards us.” the singer explained. “For quite a prolonged time, I’ve been a bad-boy however, the thing I want to do is be a good and caring person. I’m not sure what I would do if something happened to anyone in the crowd or to anyone in my group, my crew or my performers.”

Gaga and her husband, who wore an outfit for her show, spoke on her health struggles she faced before she returned to her tour. In 2018 she reduced the length of her Joanne World Tour short by 10 shows due to the chronic pain that is caused by fibromyalgia.

In the next clip she held up the bouquet of red roses that was given an admirer and pledged that she would “cherish them forever.”

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

In the second Instagram posting, Gaga expressed her regret for not being able perform her hit song for 2020, “Rain on Me,” in the rain, however, she acknowledged her fans for their being understanding.

“In my heart I knew it was better to keep you safe,” she stated.

Lady Gaga’s Chromatica Ball Tour kicked off in Dusseldorf, Germany, in July. Although the tour was plagued by delays caused by COVID-19 the tour was praised by critics and was reported to have broken records for attendance in Boston as well as New York, among other cities.

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