She spends her life going from city to city and playing sell-out arenas all over the world, but it seems that Lady Gaga doesn’t even know where the heck she is or what the hell’s going on half of the time.
In a rather awkward opening to her gig at LONDON’s famous O2 arena on
Thursday night, the pop superstar made one big old blunder.
Lady Gaga said hello to Manchester when she was actually in London. Awks. Copyright [Getty]
Instead of welcoming her LONDON fans to her Artpop tour, the Applause singer, 28, decided to welcome her MANCHESTER fans.
MAJOR FAIL, GAGA.
As she stepped out onto the stage to greet her Little Monsters, she screamed: “Hello, Manchester!”
LONDON, GAGA. LONDON.
The superstar had some rather *ahem* interesting outfit changes. Copyright [Getty]
But it seems that her besotted fans didn’t give a damn as they
cheered their icon, regardless of the fact that she was clearly very,
Bizarrely, the singer had actually referenced the capital in a
pre-show tweet, writing: “#artRAVELondon its time I’ve been excited for
these shows for so long. “I can’t wait to share all my happiness on stage”. All that glitter must have gone to her head!
Gaga is VERY confused about where she actually is. Copyright [Getty]
We can (kind of) see how the confusion may have arisen, as Gaga was
actually in Manchester earlier in the week and must have just *ahem*
forgotten that train journey down south.
Despite the mix up, Gaga put one heck of an amazing show as usual,
complete with KER-AZY wigs, fishnet tights and LOTS of feathers.
And her fans seemed to agree, pretty much breaking Twitter in the process.
Gaga was out in LDN the night before but probably had no idea where she was or what was going on.
One person wrote: “I can never explain how it felt at #artRAVE, the
atmosphere was tremendous<3. I am in love with the whole show!
Another added: “Had the most amazing night at the #artRAVE tour at
the O2! You are truly an incredible woman! Never going to forget it!
Probably best to remember where you actually are next time though, yeah, Gaga!?