Lady Gaga postponed the Montreal leg of her Joanne World Tour on Monday after she became sick performing in the rain at New York's Citi Field last week.
In a Twitter message to her fans, the Grammy-winning singer expressed regret in missing the stop. Entertainment Weekly noted that her shows at Toronto's Air Canada Centre on Wednesday and Thursday are still on along with a Friday performance at the Toronto International Film Festival.
"To my beautiful fans. I couldn't be more devastated that I am unable to perform tonight," Lady Gaga tweeted. "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. I love you."
Lady Gaga is scheduled to release her Netflix documentary "Gaga: Five Foot Two" Friday in Toronto, "Entertainment Tonight" reported. She earlier released an emotional clip from the film.
The entertainer released a series of pictures and videos on Instagram last week to tease the documentary, which promised "an intimate and unfettered portrait of a year in the life of Lady Gaga," USA Today reported.
"This was a true documentary made of my life, meaning I gave everyone access to what I wanted everyone to have access to," Lady Gaga told Entertainment Weekly earlier. "I decided what they could and could not film and [what could] be in the movie. I'm excited for people to see it, but it's not intended to lay a framework for anything. It's intended just to be true and honest."
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