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Lady Gaga cancels Las Vegas show after suffering from bronchitis

Lady Gaga Cancels Las Vegas Performance Due to Bronchitis The'Shallow singer promised to make it up to her
Hannah Rogers | 08 November, 2019, 08:59

"I'm so devasted [sic] I can't perform tonight for so many people who traveled to come see me". "I love you very little monsters I'll make it up to you. I love you Gaga but I am f-ing devastated #GagaVegas #Enigma", fan Alex Rose tweeted after flying to Vegas from the U.K.to watch the show.

Lady Gagahad to sit out sick for her recent Las Vegas residency show.

This isn't the first time Gaga's required medical attention in between shows.

"With her deepest regrets, @ladygaga announces the cancelation of tonight's performance at Park MGM because she is suffering from a sinus infection and bronchitis", the Park MGM's Twitter account wrote.

Gaga also has upcoming performances scheduled for November 8 and 9, though it is now unclear if she will be canceling those, as well.

READ: Lady Gaga To Play A Murderer In Ridley Scott's Next Untitled Film?

Lady Gaga is taking a much-needed night off.

Gaga then playfully quoted one of her own songs to make it clear that she was unharmed from the accident.

Alex told the Mirror Online that she was "losing faith" in the singer as Wednesday's gig was the third Gaga concert she had tickets to that had been cancelled. While the excited fan hopped on to the stage, he tried picking up Lady Gaga as the spotlight was flashing on them.

After the incident, Gaga posted a photo of her hand's X-ray on Instagram and revealing that she had to go through a whole-body scan.

While fans were obviously disappointed, some sided with Gaga wishing her best for the recovery.

"Everything's okay. Everything's okay", she said from the pit, as captured on a fan video.

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