The singer apparently wants to talk about her charity foundation with the Prime Minister
Lady Gaga is set to ask for a private meeting with UK Prime Minister David Cameron next month, according to reports over the weekend.
The ‘Poker Face’ singer has met with President Obama in the past to discuss her Born This Way Foundation, and, according to a report in Mail On Sunday, she wants to meet the Conservative Party leader as well.
A source told the paper: “Lady Gaga’s foundation works with Harvard University and Obama’s government. She hopes to discuss its objectives with the Prime Minister.”
A spokesman for Cameron’s Downing Street office then responded and seemed to be fairly receptive to the offer, saying: “If Lady Gaga gets in touch, we will respond.”
Last week, Lady Gaga announced that her third studio album will be titled ‘ARTPOP’.
The singer, who is expected to release the album in early 2013, tweeted the title of her new LP over the weekend via a new tattoo on her upper arm.
Writing about ‘ARTPOP’, the singer said that the title must all be written in capital letters and described it as an “album/project”. She wrote: “Make sure when writing about my new album/project ARTPOP that you CAPITALIZE the title it’s all in the details.”
Gaga is currently in the middle of her ‘Born This Way’ ball world tour, which features 110 dates in all. The tour’s European leg will begin again in Sofia, Bulgaria on August 14, before making its way to the UK for a pair of dates at Twickenham on September 8 and 9 and a third show at the Manchester Arena on September 11.