Lady Gaga Cancels Vegas Show Due to Sinus Infection and Bronchitis

Lady Gaga was forced to cancel her Las Vegas show because of illness.

Hours before her scheduled concert at the Park Theater at Park MGM on Thursday, the “Shallow” singer announced the upsetting news on Twitter.

“I’m so devasted I can’t perform tonight for so many people who traveled to come see me. I have a sinus infection and bronchitis and feel very sick and sad,” she captioned a pic of herself hooked to an IV.

“I never want to let you down,” the “A Star Is Born” actress continued. “I’m just to weak and ill too perform tonight. I love you little monsters I’ll make it up to you. I promise.”

Though her “Enigma” residency has scheduled performances on November 8 and 9, it’s unclear if the 33-year-old will make these dates.

Recently, the pop star told Elle magazine she once suffered a psychotic break stemming from fibromyalgia — a chronic condition that causes muscle pain, fatigue, and memory problems — and trauma she suffered from a past sexual assault.

“I was brought to the ER to urgent care and they brought in the doctor, a psychiatrist. So I’m just screaming, and I said, ‘Could somebody bring me a real doctor?’ And I didn’t understand what was going on, because my whole body went numb; I fully dissociated,” she revealed to interviewer Oprah Winfrey.

Though she “once believed that there was no way back from [her] trauma,” the songstress promotes treatment that combines medicine and therapy.

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