So, word on the street is that Lady Gaga has released the poster and stage sketch of her new “Born This Way” Ball. In doing my research about the matter, I actually thought JK Rowling wrote another Harry Potter book and they were working on another film.
Dreams = CRUSHED.
Mama Monster Tweeted both the poster and the sketch for her new Ball. Check them out below!
Click this Twit pic to see Gaga’s vision of the stage in the form of a sketch:
If you look closely you can see Harry Potter and friends playing Quidditch. Lolz.
So what do you guys think? Because I think it might be slightly difficult to build an entire castle complete with a moat. I’m just saayinnn.’
But she’s Lady Gaga, did you expect anything less? I didn’t think so. Just look at what she pulled off last year at her “Monster Ball” featured on HBO.
I had the privilege of being a guest at this ball and was extremely entertained — Gaga had amazing and elaborate costumes (including a dress that moved) but elaborate, long costume changes to go along with them. By the looks of the stage sketch and the poster, I’m assuming this year won’t be any different. Perhaps she’ll tone down the costumes due to the details of the stage? Yeah right, I guess the audience will just have to wait during several mini fifteen minute intermissions while Gaga prepares the next outfit.
What’s your budget Gaga?! Damn.
Here is the equally dark and ominous promotion poster:
In addition to the visuals to get us all excited about her new tour, she also released the first 11 dates of the tour. When will Gaga be near you? If you’re reading this from Japan, NZ or Australia, click below. The rest of us will have to wait!
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