The princess of pop took to Twitter early Sunday morning to vent her frustration, Tweeting, "All 28 of my trucks for the Monsterball [tour] were detained by the French government going on over 26 hrs, 2 of my employees were arrested trying to get into Paris so we could perform.
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"I am furious and devastated, its unfair to my fans and to me," she added.
The "Poker Face" singer tried her best not to let her French fans down – even offering to perform an acoustic version of the show – but to no avail.
"I asked if I could do a stripped version of show, but there would be no sound or power source, its all been detained," she Tweeted. "I'm so sorry, angry+sad."
While the full details of the equipment detention are still unknown, the outspoken performer offered a Twitpic showing poor weather conditions with the caption, "I love Paris + I love my French fans. I'm sorry little monsters. A photo of storm, I'm stuck on bus."
According to The Washington Post, the storm has caused massive delays for both London's Heathrow Airport, and Paris' Charles de Gaulle.
Snow rapidly melted into dangerous slush in Paris and large trucks — including the 28 carrying Gaga's equipment — were banned from the roads. The concert has reportedly been tentatively rescheduled for Tuesday, according to the paper.
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