Lady Gaga Postpones Tour After Falling Ill

Lady Gaga Pizza Canceled Concert

Lady Gaga Pizza Canceled Concert

During her performance on August 28 at Citi Field in NYC, Gaga continued to perform when a heavy rainstorm hit, and now she's feeling the consequences by being too ill to take the stage for Monday night's concert at Montreal's Bell Centre.

"I'm sending free to any monsters outside my hotel The William Gray Montréal".

"I love you so much & I'm so sorry (you) are the most loyal fans", Gaga tweeted.

Meanwhile, the 31-year-old singer previously revealed she is keen to "connect" with her fans and the wider public on a "deeper level". She felt "devastated" about cancelling the concert and posted a black and white picture of herself appearing extremely sorrowful to share the news.

Lady Gaga's apology to fans after she canceled her Montreal concert on Monday was cheesy, to say the least.

Kenyan court overturns president's win and calls for new election
Kenya's Supreme Court has overturned President Uhuru Kenyatta's re-election win and has called for a new election within 60 days. This time, protests and sporadic violence killed at least 28 after Kenyatta was annoucned as the victor.

"Rain or shine, the show must go on", a Gaga fan account tweeted. "I am so sorry to anyone who had their heart set on seeing me tonight".

Even Lady Gaga needs a sick day every once in a while.

Gaga is set to perform again on September 6-7 in Toronto before returning to the states for a pair of Philadelphia shows, and then taking the tour overseas. Fans were happy about it and sympathized with Gaga's illness. So she ordered them pizza and sent down some autographs to thank them.

Some had come from out of town, and others just wanted to see their favourite artist perform her "Joanne World Tour", which started at the beginning of August, for themselves. The message notes that the show will be rescheduled and advises fans to hold onto their tickets.

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