Lady Gaga postpones two Paris shows following pension protests

Singer is forced to reschedule dates due to 'logistical difficulties'

Lady Gaga has postponed two gigs in France following strike action over pension reforms.

The singer has been forced to reschedule her shows at Paris Bercy tomorrow (October 22) and Saturday (23) because of logistical difficulties.

The move comes after protesters expressed their anger over plans to raise the retirement age to 62 by blocking oil refineries and fuel depots across the country.

Gaga will now play at the venue on December 19 and 20 instead.

A statement posted on her official site added: “Unfortunately there is no certainty that the trucks can make it to the Bercy for this weekend’s shows.

“Fans with tickets to the rescheduled shows must exchange their tickets or claim for refund from now through to November 14 at their point of purchase. Tickets dated October 22, 23 will not be valid. Lady Gaga apologises for any inconvenience.”