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Lady Gaga at home in London
Lady Gaga feels she has finally been accepted by her British fans.
The 'Bad Romance' singer - who is currently working her way across the UK with her 'Monster Ball Tour' - feels just as at home in London as she does in her native New York.
The flamboyant pop star - who played London's 02 Arena last weekend -said: "London is not always an easy crowd, and I remember because I used to open for so many people here. I always found solace when I went to the gay clubs because they were always wild and dancing, and they really loved and enjoyed me. But The O2 was something I've never experienced before."
The 23-year-old starlet - whose real name is Stefani Germanotta - said her fans were very important to her, and she wanted to protect those who were "troubled".
She said: "I look out into the audience and I hear them singing my music and supporting me and I want to do everything I can to protect them because some of them are really troubled and insecure."
Gaga - who began her tour in Manchester last month - had to redesign some of her set after several props were lost in transit from the US.
A source said: "Right up to the wire there was mad panic. Gaga lived up to her name when she arrived to find half of her costumes had not arrived and pieces of the set were missing. She has spent over a million pounds on this new stage show, so she was furious that everything wasn't in place."Posted on 2 Mar 2010 17:00 to category : Music News
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