Lady Gaga set to announce ‘record breaking’ two-year world tour

Singer is rumoured to be planning a whopping 450-date jaunt

Lady Gaga is reportedly planning to undertake an enormous world tour in 2012.

The singer, who released her second album ‘Born This Way’ earlier this year, is said to be preparing to announce a mammoth world jaunt, consisting of a record-breaking 450 dates over two years.

A source close to the singer told The Sun that the idea to do such an extensive tour bizarrely came to the singer in her sleep. The source said: “As is always the case with Gaga, the plans came to her in her sleep. She has a target of 450 dates. It has never been done before, but she’s doesn’t think that’s a reason not to try.”


The singer toured extensively in support of her debut album ‘The Fame’ and for its expanded edition ‘The Fame Monster’, but has only played a handful of live shows in Europe since the release of ‘Born This Way’.

Lady Gaga released a new remix album ‘Born This Way: The Remix’ earlier this month. It features reworkings of tracks from her second album by the likes of Two Door Cinema Club, The Horrors, Metronomy, Wild Beasts and Foster The People.


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