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Lady Gaga Reveals She Has Fibromyalgia, Postpones European Tour Dates

The singer shared Monday morning that fibromyalgia, a medical disorder that causes chronic pain and often-debilitating fatigue, is causing her to postpone the European leg of her "Joanne" tour.
Singer Lady Gaga at the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival on Sept. 8. / VALERIE MACON / Getty Images

Last Tuesday, pop megastar revealed on Twitter that she suffers from a debilitating disorder called fibromyalgia. Today, the singer shared more about her struggle on her social media, and the concert company Live Nation announced that Gaga will be postponing the European leg of her "Joanne"

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