Minutes before, in the midst of a heavy rain with thunder and lightning, the interpreter of “Bad romance” informed the attendees of Miami Hard Rock Stadium that the last concert of “The chromatica ball tour” was cancelled.
Did lightning strike at Lady Gaga’s concert?
On Instagram, Lady Gaga explained how much she wanted to close “The chromatica ball tour”, which was delayed two years due to the coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19), but mother nature was stronger.
“We really tried to finish the show tonight in Miami, but we couldn’t because even when the rains stopped h
there was lightning that struck very close to us”, said.
Despite projecting a tough image and even being called ‘Mother Monster’, the pop star noted that what she really wants is “to be responsible and loving”.
In that sense, he added: “I don’t know what I would do if something happened to someone in the audience or to any member of my team, my band, my dancers.”
Roses for Lady Gaga
At another point, Lady Gaga expressed how moved she was by the roses someone threw on stage. “I will cherish it forever,” she stated.
In the text that accompanied a selfie with the bouquet, she wrote: “I wanted to sing “Rain on me” in the rain (…), but safety first. Thank you for the flowers and the cheers and for understanding. Life matters.”
17.9.2022 | Post of Lady Gaga apologizing for not finishing her last concert in Miami. Photo: Lady Gaga/Instagram