Lady Gaga Pauses D.C. Concert to Defend Abortion Rights

Lady Gaga raised her voice against the bans and restrictions on abortions in the country for the womans.

On her Chromatica Ball tour on Monday night, in the concert in Washington, D.C., she performed "The Edge of Glory" on the stage.

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While sitting on piano she said, "I would like to dedicate this song to every woman in America, every woman who now has to worry about her body if she gets pregnant."

"I pray that this country will speak up, that we will stick together, and that we will not stop until it's right!" Lady Gaga said before singing.

She started her concert with her 2011s glory "The Edge of Glory" and stated in mid, "You just got to keep believing it's gonna be okay."

"I didn't mean to be a downer, but there's some s--- that's more important than show business," she added in the end.

Along with Billie Eilish, Miley Cyrus, Ariana Grande, Lizzo, and more, Gaga also took part in Planned Parenthood's #BansOffMyBody campaign in 2019.

On May 2019, she added a tweet to support abortion bans along with hastags, #AlabamaAbortionBan #Alabama #AlabamaSenate #NoUterusNoOpinion #PlannedParenthood #ProChoice.

The sixth concert tour, the Chromatica Ball Summer Stadium tour of Lady Gaga began on July 17 and will conclude on Sep 17.