Lady Gaga says she feared her career would end due to fibromyalgia

Lady Gaga said he feared his career would end after he had to cancel his tour at the United Kingdom due to his battle with fibromyalgia.

The Bad Romance hitmaker opened up about her health issue during one of her tour concerts ‘The Chromatica Ball’ in the stadium Tottenham Hotspur according to TheSun.

The 13-time Grammy winner told the London crowd: “A couple of years ago I was supposed to be here and I couldn’t come. We canceled the Chromatica Ball because there was a global pandemic.”

“But I also have to apologize for something else. A couple of years ago I had to cancel a show here because I couldn’t go any more. And I’m sorry. I’m sorry I missed those shows.” added the actress and singer.

“But it was for someone very special and many people in my life that I have to thank”he continued. “That day I left London, I never knew that I would be able to be on stage with all of you. I didn’t know if I could do it.”

“But my sister walked into my hotel room and looked me in the eye and said, ‘I can’t see my sister anymore.’ Now he can see her sister”, Gaga recalled.

The 36-year-old pop star had to cancel ten dates of her European tour in 2018 due to severe pain during her battle with fibromyalgia.

Shedding light on how she wrote her Chromatica album, Gaga told the audience: “When I wrote this record, I was sitting on my porch all (expletive) day.”

“I swear to God. I sat on my porch from the moment I woke up and smoked probably three packs of cigarettes a day. Don’t do that.”he added. “My friends used to go upstairs and say, ‘Come on, LG, we have to go downstairs,’ because I had a studio in my house, Frank Zappa’s old studio.”

“When I wrote this record, I didn’t want to make a dance record because I was (expletive) sad”noted the A Star Is Born actor. “But my friends told me to turn it into a dance record, and we did.”

“So if you’re wondering why there are 60 foot flames (expletive) on this stage, it’s because this stage really is a great representation of that porch (expletive) I sat on 365 days a year feeling sorry for myself. . ”

Gaga concluded by saying: “And I wanted to burn down that (expletive) porch.”