Lady Gaga reveals she had COVID while performing 5 shows

Lady Gaga He has a special appreciation for his fans. She refuses to let them down, even if she has contracted COVID.

Following the world premiere of his concert film, Gaga Chromatic BallIn Los Angeles on Thursday, the 38-year-old “Bad Romance” singer shared that she had performed five shows while sick with the coronavirus.

The singer prefaced by saying that she told her team that she had contracted COVID and that she completely understood, she said, if they chose not to perform with her, and that she chose to perform because she didn’t want to cancel her fans.

“I shared it with everyone on my team. And I said, ‘I don’t want anyone to feel uncomfortable at work, and you don’t have to perform or work that day,'” he said. , through Variety. “I just didn’t want to disappoint all the fans. The way I looked at it, too, is like the fans are putting themselves in danger every day they come to the show.”

Lady Gaga did not reveal when she contracted COVID and what five shows she performed while suffering from the illness. But apparently not acting was never an option. In the Q&A session, Gaga shared why her fans mean so much to her.

Lady Gaga at the Gaga Chromatica Ball World Premiere on May 23, 2024 in Los Angeles, California.getty

“This industry can be very isolating at times,” she said, “but I never feel alone when I’m with my fans.”

Fans will remember at the beginning of the global pandemic that Gaga put on a charity show, One world: together at homewho helped raise money to benefit the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund for the World Health Organization in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. The effort raised more than $35 million.

ET spoke with Lady Gaga at the premiere of chromatic ballwhere she reacted to those rumors about her and Beyonce dripping a sequel to “Telephone.”

“Every time BeyoncĂ© calls, I wish I could pick up the phone,” said the singer and Oscar winner. he told ET.

As for new music, Lady Gaga says “soon.”

“I’ve been working on my new music all the time and I really live and breathe it,” he said of his highly anticipated seventh studio album, which will follow 2020’s album. chromatic. “I can’t wait to give it to the fans.”

And he added: “They hate when I say ‘soon’, but soon.”


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