Lady Gaga gives her fans pizza as an apology for cancelling show

Lady Gaga postpones Montreal show after getting sick playing Citi Field in the rain

"I couldn't be more devastated that I am unable to perform tonight", she wrote on Twitter.

That is what heaps of Lady Gaga fans went through in Montreal, after the singer postponed her concert due to illness, citing the cause as recently singing in the rain in an outdoor concert in NY.

Meanwhile, the 31-year-old singer previously revealed she is keen to "connect" with her fans and the wider public on a "deeper level".

She also posted a black and white selfie with her hand over one eye.

There was a silver lining for the Lady Gaga fans turned aside at the Bell Centre Monday night.

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Lady Gaga went on to buy her disappointed fans pizza. Since that first photo of them at the Super Bowl, we haven't heard too much about this pair - we weren't even sure if they were still together.

Despite his cuddles, the rain caught up with Gaga who explained her previous gig at Citi Field in NY left her "sick". She concluded her first Twitter message by saying that she was "so sorry to anyone who had their heart set on seeing me", and letting them know that she loved them.

Another user tweeted a "Thank you" to the star along with a pizza-filled selfie, adding, "We love you". There has been no word on if these performances are still going to happen, but promoters advised ticket holders to keep their tickets with the promise that any shows cancelled will soon be rescheduled.

"As the tour is now working on rescheduling the performance, fans should hold onto their existing tickets pending additional information", the promoters added.

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