Lady GaGa Is 'Slowly Coming Back to Life', Announces Rescheduled European Tour Dates

The 'Bad Romance' hitmaker shares health update on Instagram, remarking that she feels better now, and announces European tour dates after the postponement.

AceShowbiz - Good news, Little Monster! Lady GaGa is finally getting better. The 31-year-old singer posted a series of glammed up pictures of herself on Instagram on Thursday, October 12, assuring fans that she's "slowly coming back to life."

One of the pictures showed her posing in front of a building wearing a blue fluffy jacket and sparkly boots. She completed her look with a pink sun hat. The singer captioned it, "Thank you @sakspotts for this dope jacket and @pollyplume for the beautiful sparkly boots. Slowly coming back to life. With some exciting tour announcements on the way!"

She posted another picture of herself at the same location from a different angle. GaGa was shown looking straight at the camera in the picture. She wrote, "Tough girl on the mend."

Tough girl on the mend.

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The last picture showed her posing in a recording studio. She took off the jacket and hat she wore in the previous pictures, showing her stunning figure. She wore a pair of sparkly silver shorts and a pink crop top with a golden necklace hanging around her neck.

"Nothing like studio therapy. Thank you @juicycouture for these awesome sparkly track shorts and comfy top," she wrote. "Had so much in the studio. Made me feel like a star like the ones in the sky, you know.. the real kind."

Fans were genuinely happy to know their favorite singer's condition. A fan commented, "Miss you and can't wait for more innovation and #1 dance jams. Loved seeing you perform last month. Love you so much."

On September 18, GaGa announced that she had to take a break from her "Joanne" world tour due to severe physical pain. Now that she finally got better, the "Poker Face" singer announced the rescheduled dates for her European tour. Check them out below.

  • January 14: Barcelona, Spain @ Palau Sant Jordi
  • January 16: Barcelona, Spain @ Palau Sant Jordi
  • January 18: Milan, Italy @ Mediolanum Forum
  • January 20: Amsterdam, Netherlands @ Ziggo Dome
  • January 22: Antwerp, Belgium @ Sportpalaeis
  • January 24: Hamburg, Germany @ Barclaycard Arena
  • January 31: Birmingham, UK @ Arena Birmingham
  • February 1: Birmingham, UK @ Genting Arena
  • February 4: London, UK @ The O2
  • February 6: Manchester, UK @ Manchester Arena
  • February 8: London, UK @ The O2
  • February 11: Zurich, Switzerland @ Hallenstadion
  • February 13: Cologne, Germany @ LAMXESS Arena
  • February 15: Stockholm, Sweden
  • February 17: Copenhagen, Denmark
  • February 20: Paris, France @ Accorhotels Arena
  • February 21: Paris, France @ Accorhotels Arena
  • February 23: Berlin, Germany

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