The singer Lady Gaga was forced to interrupt her concert in Miami, this Saturday 17 September, because of the storm. Lightning started to come dangerously close to the room, and an accident could have happened quickly.
Rain on me, yes, but there are limits. This Saturday, September 17, Lady Gaga had to interrupt the show of her Chromatica Ball tour in Miami, because of thunderstorms, reports People. While she had only six songs left, the 36-year-old star preferred to protect those she calls her "little watches". The singer returned to the stage to explain the situation: "I'm really sorry I can't finish, but I don't want to put your lives or our lives in danger," she began. "So please go home safely. God bless you and thank you for coming to the concert. Go home now," she finally asked her fans. Lightning was indeed approaching the venue rather dangerously, and an accident could have happened very quickly.
This date at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami was the very last one of Lady Gaga's tour, which had started in Germany some 20 shows earlier. Despite the heartbreaking finale, fans paid tribute to their queen by singing a collective version of Rain on me while being drenched by the storm.
Disappointed and emotional, Lady Gaga still shared a video message to her community on Instagram hours later. "I definitely wanted to be responsible and loving. I don't know what I would have done if something bad had happened in the audience or to a member of my team, musicians and dancers," she lamented. Before concluding: "So, I'm sorry we didn't get to have an epic Rain on me in the rain all together. But I think life is more important than all that." Between two sobs, the interpreter of Bad Romance then showed the camera a bouquet of roses offered by a fan that evening. She says she will "cherish it all my life".
Reassuring, Lady Gaga still sent a positive message. "I'll see you the next time I go on stage. But Chromatica will never be over. Because Chromatica is about healing, and knowing you're up to it." A note of hope that will delight disappointed fans. In the meantime, they can still admire their idol on screen. Lady Gaga will slip into the role of Harley Quinn alongside Joaquin Phoenix's Joker in the sequel Joker: Madness for Two, which will be released in 2024.
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