Lady Gaga Still Manages To Impress Her Fans After Canceling Montreal Show

Lady Gaga is human after all.
The pop sensation, currently on her Joanne World Tour, grew ill after performing in the pouring rain at Queen's Citi Field in New York last week and had to cancel her show in Montréal, Vulture reports.
Mother Monster broke the news to her fans in a Twitter post that read: "To my beautiful fans. I couldn't be more devastated that I am unable to perform tonight. I sing this entire show live, and pride myself in giving it all, but when I sang in the rain at Citi Field I got sick and have been pushing through. I am so sorry to anyone who had their heart set on seeing me tonight."
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She also noted that she and her team would do what they could to reschedule the show for a later date.
Though many normal people would take some NyQuil and try to sleep off an illness, Gaga once again proved that she's no ordinary person. Shortly after announcing the show's cancelation, she tweeted that she would be buying pizza for the loyal fans gathered outside of her hotel.
"I love you so much & I'm so sorry u are the most loyal fans," Gaga added.
But the "Million Reasons" singer didn't stop there. Gaga also surprised fans by stepping out onto the roof of her hotel just to say hi.
Gaga's goodwill didn't go unappreciated by her fans, who gathered and sang one of her hits in the street below in hopes of making her feel better. The song definitely resonated with her because she posted a video on her Snapchat saying "I can't believe you are singing Grigio Girls I will make it up to you I promise Montreal."
Lady Gaga, we don't deserve you.
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