Pop superstar and actress Lady Gaga had to suspend his show last Saturday night at the Hard Rock Stadium Miami due to the threat of a strong tropical storm.
When the storm made the show unsustainable, the security tried to evacuate her through gate 136 of the stadium, but the public blocked the exit so ended up in the narrow corridor of gate 132 where he ran into a group of Argentines who were also trying to escape the storm…
Thus, by chance, Lady Gaga and the three Argentines shared a small corner surrounded by six custodians for several minutes until the artist was able to go on stage to say goodbye to her fans.
After the episode, and heartbroken that she couldn’t finish the concert the way she wanted, the star took to social media to apologize for the show’s suspension. “We really tried to finish the show tonight in Miami, but we couldn’t, because even when the rains stopped, there was lightning that fell directly to the ground very close to us.”, he said through tears in a video.
In the emotional clip that the singer uploaded to her 53.2 million fans and followersadded: “I know for a long time I always wanted to be that bad, hardcore bitch, but what I really want is also to be responsible and loving, and I don’t know what I would do if something happened to any of the spectators, or to any member of my team or my band or my dancers”.
The recital took place in the Hard Rock Stadiumhome of the Miami Dolphins football team, an enclosure that only has a partial roof.
After sharing the video, Lady Gaga opted to upload a separate post, where he wrote a message once again apologizing for ending the concert in the middle of the performance.
“Sorry I couldn’t finish the show, it was too dangerous, the lightning was being unpredictable and changing from moment to moment”the singer wrote in a separate post.
“Look, for years some of you have called me ‘monster mother’, in my heart I knew it was best to keep you safe. Thanks for believing in me.”
“OF COURSE I wanted to sing ‘Rain on me’ for you guys in the rain,” added the singer’s Instagram post.
“I guess somehow I knew this moment would happen and I am so grateful to you, my dancers, my band, the whole crew, all my family and friends. Security First. I love them.”
Saturday’s recital in Miami was the last stop on the summer international tour “Chromatica Ball” for 18 cities. The album “Chromatica” was released in 2020.
The tour was the sixth most profitable worldwide with average box office receipts by city of $5,420,743 and average cost per ticket $123.91according to the list of the specialized publication pollstar by concert promoters and venue managers.
It is unknown if fans who attended the concert in Miami will be reimbursed.
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