Luann de Lesseps powers through mic mishap at Atlanta cabaret tour stop: ‘The show must go on!’

And that’s showbiz, kid. 

Luann de Lesseps experienced a microphone mishap during Saturday’s Atlanta stop of her ongoing Countess Cabaret tour — but she didn’t let it impact her set. 

An eyewitness exclusively tells Page Six that the “Real Housewives of New York City” alum’s audio went out during her cover of David Bowie’s 1983 hit “Let’s Dance.” 

Rather than let the malfunction cut her concert short, we’re told that de Lesseps continued to perform, inviting the Variety Playhouse’s lively audience — including several “Real Housewives of Atlanta” stars — to sing along with her. 

“She didn’t skip a beat,” the concertgoer tells us, noting that “RHOA” veterans Cynthia Bailey, Phaedra Parks and Shereé Whitfield “cheered” for their friend as she powered through the snafu.

An eyewitness tells us that the “Real Housewives of New York City” alum’s audio went out during her cover of David Bowie’s “Let’s Dance” at her Atlanta tour stop.
“She didn’t a skip a beat,” the concertgoer says of de Lesseps’ calm reaction to the snafu, noting that she continued to sing with the crowd.

When reached by Page Six for comment, de Lesseps noted that the unexpected sound trouble only reinforced her love for cabaret. 

“That’s what I love about cabaret,” she enthused. “You just never know what’s gonna happen and that’s the beauty of it.”

The “Chic C’est La Vie” songstress added, “The show must go on!”

De Lesseps told Page Six that the sound trouble only reinforced her love for cabaret, declaring, “The show must go on!” Charles Sykes/Bravo

After de Lesseps’ show wrapped in Atlanta, she jetted off to St. Louis, Mo., where she is set to play Sunday night at The Factory. This current leg of her Countess Cabaret tour concludes with three back-to-back shows at New York City’s 54 Below venue on Dec. 21, 22 and 23. 

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“[My show is] a lot of fun, it’s immersive, [it has a] Q&A, [it celebrates] pop culture, [it features] videos. Really, it’s a ride through what’s going on in my life right now with music and just a real fun party to be had and people are loving it,” de Lesseps told Page Six of her spectacle in October. 

“Real Housewives of Atlanta” veterans Shereé Whitfield, Phaedra Parks and Cynthia Bailey came out to support de Lesseps Saturday night at the Variety Playhouse. Luann de Lesseps/Instagram

“They hang out later and they make friends and they go out for drinks,” she elaborated. “So it’s a real party, it’s a good time and I just love spreading the joy.” 

As de Lesseps gears up for a revamped 2024 tour — titled “Marry F Kill!,” launching Feb. 16 in Los Angeles at The Wiltern — fans can catch her back on reality TV in Peacock’s “Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip: RHONY Legacy.”

The series, filmed this year in St. Barts at the infamous villa from “RHONY” Season 5, stars de Lesseps, Sonja Morgan, Dorinda Medley, Kelly Bensimon, Ramona Singer and Kristen Taekman. 

De Lesseps stars on “Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip: RHONY Legacy” alongside Kelly Bensimon, Dorinda Medley, Sonja Morgan, Kristen Taekman and Ramona Singer.  Peacock

Last month, de Lesseps teased to Page Six that viewers can expect tons of fun, drama and more hookups with handsome pirates. 

“It’s great, because we kind of go back in time,” said the reality star, who had a rendezvous with a pirate herself during the iconic “RHONY” Season 5 vacation. 

“The OGs are going back to St. Barts, so it’s kind of a little ‘Scary Island’ meets some pirates.”

“The Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip: RHONY Legacy” begins streaming Thursday, Dec. 14 on Peacock. 

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