Lady Gaga cancels two US shows after being diagnosed with bronchitis

Seattle and Vancouver shows affected by illness

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Lady Gaga has been forced to cancel two dates on the US leg of her artRAVE tour through illness.

The singer confirmed that she has bronchitis and, as a result of the illness, was unable to perform in Seattle last night (May 28). A further live show in Vancouver has also been cancelled.

Tweeting about the illness, Gaga was apologetic and wrote: "I'm devastated I'm unable to perform this week. Ursula took my mermaid voice. I've come down with horrible Bronchitis."

She did, however, vow to rearrange the live dates, and said: "My deepest apologies to Seattle and Vancouver, we'll reschedule those shows & be back to make it up to you. I <3 monsters. #sadgaga"


Lady Gaga is due to arrive in the UK in October and Gaga has now added extra arena shows in Birmingham, Sheffield, Newcastle and Glasgow following huge demand for tickets. Lady Gaga recently added a third date at London's O2 Arena to her UK and Ireland tour schedule. The first two nights sold out immediately. Tickets for the majority of the dates went on sale in February.

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Lady Gaga will play:

Birmingham NIA (October 15/ November 13)
Dublin O2 Arena (17)
Glasgow Hydro (19/ November 16)
Manchester Phones 4U Arena (21)
London O2 Arena (23, 25, 26)
Sheffield, Motorpoint Arena (November 20)
Newcastle, Metro Radio Arena (November 22)


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Tickets for the show go on general sale on Friday May 16. To check the availability of Lady Gaga tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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