Lady Gaga cancels show in Miami due to thunderstorm
The artist apologized to the audience for having to interrupt the concert.
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After making the decision to cut short her show at Hard Rock Stadium with only six songs left on her setlist, Gaga tearfully explained through a video that she didn't want to endanger her fans.
"We really tried to finish the show tonight in Miami, but we couldn't, because even when the rains more or less stopped there was lightning striking all the way to the ground so close to us," she said in the instagram post.
The actress also apologized for not performing her 2020 single "Rain on Me" in the rain, but said that was too "dangerous" and stopping the show midway through "was a healthy decision".
"I'm sorry I couldn't finish the show, it was too dangerous, the lightning was unpredictable and changing moment to moment," the singer said in another written post where she is seen posing with some red roses that were thrown on the stage before she finished her performance.
"I know for a long time I've always wanted to be that hardcore bad b-ch, but what I really want is to also be responsible and loving, and I don't know what I would do if something happened to someone in the audience, or any member of my crew or my band or my dancers".
The artist told her fans that it has been hard on her heart to "go back to a place where I could perform and be healthy," but that she hoped everyone would agree that this was the best option so that everyone would go home safe and sound.
"I'll see them the next time I get on stage, and until then, Chromatica will never be over. Because Chromatica is about healing, and Chromatica is about knowing that you are enough," Gaga finished, alluding to the name of her album.
The Miami show was Lady Gaga's final date on her highly anticipated Chromatica Ball tour, which featured 20 total tour dates, beginning in Germany and closing in the Florida city.