Lady Gaga was forced to cancel a concert in Paris on Sunday, after authorities banned big trucks from driving through the region that includes Paris because of heavy snow fall, according to The Associated Press. As a result, Gaga's trucks were not able get to the venue, Bercy stadium, on time.
The singer vented her frustrations to Twitter, where she wrote, "I am furious and devastated, its unfair to my fans and to me." She added, "All 28 of my trucks for the Monsterball were detained by the French government going on over 26 hrs." The trucks contained complex show equipment and sets.
The chart-topping songstress said she was then going to try to "do a stripped version of show, but there would be no sound or power source, its all been detained." She also claims two of her employees were "arrested trying to get into Paris so we could perform," without stating why. French police, the singer's representatives and the concert venue did not immediately return calls and e-mails from The Associated Press seeking comment on that claim.
This is not the first time Lady Gaga has a trouble in Paris, in fact the recently cancelled concert was actually one that had been rescheduled to make up for a previously cancelled concert. In October, the pop diva's concerts in Paris were postponed amid nationwide strikes over a government plan to raise the retirement age.
However, Lady Gaga's "Little Monsters" in Paris will be able to see the star soon. The show has been rescheduled."Today's cancelled Paris show is rescheduled for Tuesday, 2moro's show will happen as planned," the singer Tweeted on December 19. "I promise to give u the nights of ure life. X"