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Pop star Lady Gaga posted a moving Instagram video apologizing to fans for canceling the last show of her tour due to a thunderstorm on Saturday.
In the video, the pop icon explains that she had to cut the final show of her Chromatica Ball tour short for safety reasons.
“We really tried to finish the show tonight in Miami, but we couldn’t, because even when the rain kind of stopped, there were lightning bolts hitting all the way to the ground, so close to us,” the singer explained.
The ‘A Star is Born’ actress is seen crying over the difficult choice she made, but said the decision was made out of concern for her fans and her team.
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“I know for a very long time I’ve always wanted to be, like, this hardcore bitch, but what I really want is to be responsible and loving as well,” she explained. “I don’t know what I would do if something happened to someone in the audience or to a member of my team. [or] my group, my dancers.”
The pop star also apologized for not being able to perform a performance of her song “Rain On Me” in the rain, which fans have been looking forward to.
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Although the “Born This Way” singer was clearly upset in the video, many fans who attended the show at Hard Rock Stadium expressed their sympathy on Twitter.
“I spent a lot of money on this particular show. I even flew in from the AP, so don’t try me,” a fan supported. “Safety > money anytime. It’s disappointing, but I’d rather be disappointed than seriously hurt.”
“I hate and I love it, all at the same time” another participant tweeted. “Part of me will look back and be disappointed that the show was cut short…then another part of me will cherish the experience we all shared together.”
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The Chromatica Ball Tour, which kicked off in Dusseldorf, Germany in July, was a highly anticipated concert tour to promote Lady Gaga’s 2020 album “Chromatica.” It was delayed for two years due to the COVID-19 pandemic.