Lady Gaga Forced To Reschedule European Leg Of Tour Due To Battle With Fibromyalgia

Lady Gaga Forced To Reschedule European Leg Of Tour Due To Battle With Fibromyalgia
Source: NPR

Lady Gaga needs all the thoughts and prayers from fans that she can get these days. The pop icon has been forced to reschedule the European leg of her "Joanne" tour. The singer released a lengthy statement explaining to her loyal fans why she had to make the difficult decision and what is coming next for her US stops.

Gaga revealed to fans a week ago that she had been diagnosed with Fibromyalgia, a disease that causes chronic joint pain. If you've ever seen the songstress perform, or can recall her Superbowl routine, Lady Gaga puts on an entertaining show from beginning to end.

Unlike many celebrities in this day and age that make their backup carry the heavy load, Gaga actually sings, dances, and may even have a few stunts up her sleeve when she decides to tour.

Those surprises are exactly the reason why it would make it hard for her to go on with her schedule when she is suffering from severe pain.

Via social media, the "Applause" singer uploaded the press release from Live Nation that explained that she would have to reschedule her European tour dates, but the US leg is expected to continue as normal.

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She added: "I have always been honest about my physical and mental health struggles. It is complicated and difficult to explain, and we are trying to figure it out."

Gaga went on to say: "I am looking forward to touring again soon, but I have to be with my doctors right now so I can be strong and perform for you all for the next 60 years or more. I love you so much."

This comes after shortly after she announced that she was pulling out of her appearance at Rock In Rio due to hospitalization.

We are sending our well wishes to Lady Gaga at this time.

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