Lady Gaga cancels Las Vegas show: ‘Very sick and sad’

Lula Sharp
November 8, 2019

The singer also promised her fans, little monsters, to make it up for them.

Lady Gaga was unable to perform her Las Vegas residency on Wednesday evening due to a severe illness.

"I'm so devasted (sic) I can't perform tonight for so many people who traveled to come see me". "I have a sinus an infection and bronchitis and experience incredibly ill and unfortunate I never ever want to enable you down. I promise", she wrote.

Earlier this month (November 1), it was introduced that Woman Gaga is about to star in an upcoming film concerning the Gucci household.

The "Million Reasons" artist's next scheduled show is for Friday, which according to Park MGM, she plans on performing.

READ: Lady Gaga To Play A Murderer In Ridley Scott's Next Untitled Film? Taking to Twitter, Gaga shared a picture of herself in bed with a pump and tubes attached to her arm.

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Gaga was slated to perform at the Park Theatre at Park MGM where she is in the middle of her two-year residency and is reportedly earning Dollars 100 million for an initial run of 74 performances, entitled Enigma, Mirror UK reported. As of now, she hasn't canceled these performances.

"So what happened here, Gaga invited a fan to dance".

This incident from last month made her condition a little more painful when she captioned her post "When they have to X-Ray nearly your entire body...". "No official word on injuries here, but fans at the show say she popped right back up and she just continued going".

Lady Gaga's Las Vegas shows have had a bit of a tumultuous start.

However, she recovered from the fall fast and returned to the stage to continue her show, reassuring fans that she was unharmed.

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