Lady Gaga's medical drama

Lady Gaga is ''devastated'' at having to cancel a concert in Indiana as a result of exhaustion and dehydration


This article is from 2010.

Lady GaGa

Lady Gaga's medical drama

Lady Gaga "cried for hours" after being warned she would risk her life if she performed a concert.

The 'Poker Face' singer, who is currently on the US leg of her international Monster Ball tour, cancelled a show in Indiana yesterday (14.01.10) at the last minute after needing medical treatment for exhaustion and dehydration.

The 23-year-old star wrote on twitter: "I've been crying for hours, I feel like I let my fans down 2nite. An hour before the show, I was feeling dizzy and having trouble breathing.(sic)

"Paramedics came to take care of me, and told me my heart-rate was irregular - a result of exhaustion and dehydration.

"can't apologize enough for how sorry I am. I could hear my fans cheering from my dressing room, I begged everyone to let me go on stage. My stage has complicated mechanical elements, everyone was concerned I'd be in danger during the 2hr show, since I had passed out earlier. (sic)

"I am so devastated. I have performed with the flu, a cold, strep throat: I would never cancel a show just based on discomfort."

She then went on to confirm that the show would be re-scheduled for January 26 and appealed for her fans' understanding.

She added: "I hope you can forgive me. I love my little monsters more than anything."

Commenting on the events, gossip blogger Perez Hilton, who is a friend of the star's said on twitter: "People don't realise how hard you work and how it's pretty much non-stop and has been for two years!"

This article is from 2010.

Lady Gaga: Joanne World Tour

Big electro tunes and even bigger costumes from poker-faced Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta, in support of her fifth studio album, Joanne.

Barclaycard Arena, Birmingham

Sun 15 Oct

£40–£105 / 0871 945 6000

Genting Arena, Birmingham

Thu 12 Oct

£40–£105 / 0844 338 8000

Manchester Arena

Tue 17 Oct

£40–£105 / 0844 847 8000

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