Lady Gaga had to inform her public this Wednesday that her Chromatica Ball tour has had to be postponed yet again.
The tour was originally meant to occur last summer but had to be delayed to this summer on account of the coronavirus pandemic.
However because different countries are reopening at different times Gaga told Variety she has postponed the Chromatica Ball again to 2022.
Seen onstage: Lady Gaga had to inform her public this Wednesday that her Chromatica Ball tour has had to be postponed yet again; pictured in concert in Bulgaria in 2014
‘While some parts of the world are moving quickly to open up, others are not yet ready,’ the pop star said in her statement.
‘So until we can confirm all global dates, we have to postpone The Chromatica Ball shows to the summer of 2022,’ Gaga explained.
The tour was scheduled to begin at the Stade De France in Paris and whirl through Britain, Canada and the United States.
She was to play such vast arenas as Wrigley Field in Chicago, Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London and Fenway Park in Boston.
Promotion: The tour was originally meant to occur last summer but had to be delayed to this summer on account of the coronavirus pandemic; the Chromatica album cover is pictured
Typically when Gaga goes on the road in support of the album she names the tour after the record and refers to it as a ‘Ball,’ beginning with her Fame Ball in 2009.
The exception was for her intimate album Joanne whose concert dates in 2017 and early 2018 were just called the Joanne World Tour.
Chromatica dropped last May amid the coronavirus lockdowns and produced the smash hit single Rain On Me which was a duet with Ariana Grande.
Theme: Typically when Gaga goes on the road in support of the album she names the tour after the record and calls it a ‘Ball’; pictured at the Monster Ball in 2011 at Madison square Garden
There she is: Gaga is pictured performing her ArtRave: The ArtPop Ball show on tour at the Ziggodome Arena in Amsterdam in 2014
The album, which also featured the solo single Stupid Love, opened at the number one spot on the Billboard 200.
Although her tour dates have been pushed back Gaga still has work in the pipeline including her upcoming Ridley Scott film House Of Gucci.
Adam Driver plays onetime brand chief Maurizio Gucci and Gaga plays his ex-wife Patrizia Reggiani who was convicted of ordering his 1995 murder by a hit man.
Principal photography on the movie wrapped in Italy early last month and the finished film is slated to be released in November.
All over the world: Gaga is pictured onstage in Johannesburg in 2012 during her Born This Way Ball tour; she recently celebrated the 10th anniversary of the Born This Way album