Feel better, Lady Gaga! The pop star revealed she was under the weather and would no longer be able to sing for her fans at her residency show, Enigma, in Las Vegas on Wednesday, November 6. “I’m so devastated I can’t perform tonight for so many people who traveled to come see me,” the 33-year-old wrote on Twitter. “I have a sinus infection and bronchitis and feel very sick and sad. I never want to let you down. I’m just too weak and ill to perform tonight.” However, the blonde beauty ended the message on a positive note. “I love you, little monsters. I’ll make it up to you. I promise.”

Of course, people took to the comments section to send their regards and well-wishes. One person wrote, “I hope you feel better soon, Gaga. Your health always comes first — no matter what. I hope you’re able to take some time out to rest and heal. Wishing you a speedy recovery! Love you xxx,” while another echoed, “Get well. That is really what is most important because without you, there is no show. Better to get back to 100 percent and put on a great show than be ill and not perform at what you know is your best. Everyone is entitled to sick days, you can’t help it. Body says rest.”

Lady Gaga 'Devastated' After Canceling Show Due to a 'Sinus Infection and Bronchitis'
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The “Born This Way” crooner — who is frequently open about her struggle with fibromyalgia — has been through a lot in the past few months. In October, Gaga took a tumble after she brought a fan on stage during her residency show. Throughout each set, the New York native invites one lucky audience member on stage. This time, the male concert-goer hugged her, and then she jumped into his arms. Unfortunately, he lost his balance and sent Gaga flying into the crowd.

Luckily, the A Star Is Born actress assured the audience she was just fine. “Everything’s OK, everything’s OK,” she said from the pit. “The only thing that’s not OK is we need some stairs for the damn stage, so I can get back up! That was a fall. But sometimes, even if you fall, you make it up.”

Lady Gaga 'Devastated' After Canceling Show Due to a 'Sinus Infection and Bronchitis'
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After the incident, Gaga revealed that she had to see the doctor to make sure she didn’t break any bones. “When they have to X-ray almost your entire body,” she wrote on Instagram on October 18. “Just Dance. Gonna be OK,” she said, referring to her lyrics in her hit song “Just Dance.” Despite being in “a lot of pain,” Gaga still went out the next night with her friend Sarah Tanno to celebrate her bachelorette party.

Gaga is scheduled to perform on November 8 and 9, but only time will tell if she is able to get her strength back. We’re hoping you pull through, girl!

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