Lady Gaga apologizes to fans on social media after canceling her last date Chromatica Ball Tour In the middle of his performance at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami on Saturday, September 17.
Feather Twitter, at 12:28 a.m. Sunday, the venue announced that the storm that struck Miami had passed and the show was prepared to resume as soon as possible. However, less than an hour later, Hard Rock Stadium tweeted“Tonight’s Lady Gaga show could not continue after a show was halted at 10:50 p.m. in the interest of fan safety due to bad weather, including the lights.”
When news broke that concerts would not resume after her performance was halted due to weather, Lady Gaga shared a video instagram Addressing the fans in a tearful manner at the event.
At the beginning of the video, he thanked fans for coming on his tour, saying, “We really tried to finish the show tonight in Miami, but we couldn’t because the lightning was still on when the rain stopped. To hit the ground so close to us.”
“Look, I know for a really long time, I’ve always wanted to be that hardcore bad, but what I really want is also being responsible and loving and I don’t know what I would do if one of the audience Anything has happened to anyone or to any member of my crew, my band, my dancers,” she said. “So I’m sorry we didn’t get to do an epic performance of ‘Rain on Me’ in the rain, but my What is more valuable to him is life.”
Lady Gaga was holding a bouquet of roses, telling the person throwing her on stage that she would “cherish them forever.”
“To go back to a place where I could perform and be healthy, I hope you know why I decided not to end the show because I’m healthy and it’s a healthy one for everyone.” The decision is there for you and me too,” she said, seemingly referring to struggles with chronic pain And living with PTSD, “I love you and, yes, I’d love to be dry, but we’re all alive, so go home and be safe and I’ll see you next time I’m on stage.”
She ended her message on a touching note about her most recent album, “And until then, ‘Chromatica’ will never end, because ‘Chromatica’ is about healing. ‘Chromatica’ is about knowing what’s going on.” You’re enough and I’m feeling good enough tonight, even though I can’t finish, I really feel enough. So thank you for giving me that, I love you.”
In another post, Lady Gaga posted a selfie instagram Her tear-soaked face posing with a bouquet of red roses.
He wrote a note to his fans in the caption about the show’s cancellation as well as reflected on his first tour after four years of touring. Initially two years delay Due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
“I’m sorry I couldn’t finish the show it was so dangerous the lightning was unpredictable and changing moment by moment, I love you,” she wrote. “Look, over the years some of you have called me ‘Mother Monster,’ in my heart I knew it was better to keep you safe.”
She thanked fans for believing in her, adding, “It was the biggest tour of my life and I’ll always cherish this moment – it took me a long time to recover, but I did.”
“I think somehow I knew this moment would happen and I am so grateful to you, my dancers, my band whole crew, all of my family and friends,” she said, referring to her song “Rain on Me”. wrote. “Safety first. I love you. Thanks for the flowers and cheers and for understanding. Life matters.”
Feather TwitterShe shared another sweet sentiment for fans, writing, “I love you little monsters, forever xoxo, mother monster #WeLoveYouGaga #ChromaticaBallMiami I’m sorry I made my best decision, it wasn’t safe.”
“I was so sad that I couldn’t dream of anything but a painful nightmare,” she said. “I have overcome my nightmares with love, support, faith, truth, bravery, talent and dedication. I am very grateful. I will meet you in Babylon.”
She said, “I feel clearer today than ever before and am more pain free than I have aged.” “And being pain-free on stage is a real healing experience because I’m able to dance and sing and enjoy the audience, enjoy the show and really tell a story.”
She continued, “I don’t know if I’m as speechless as today not knowing what we’re supposed to do. But if you know people ask me all the time what was ‘Chromatic’ and ‘Babylon’ In this, I say fight for life and when I made ‘Chromatica’ I was really battling with my life.”