- Star gives fans behind the scenes access in Gaga: Five Foot Two, which hits Netflix in September
- Includes revelations about Tom Kinney breakup and struggle with fibromyalgia
- Singer is currently on tour, set to play famous Mohegan Sun Arena in November
Poker Face superstar, Lady Gaga is set to give fans a unique access all areas view of life behind her celebrity lifestyle, with the launch of her new film Gaga: Five Foot Two.
The movie, which debuts on Netflix on September 22 shows a behind the scenes insight into the singer’s life during the run up to recent album Joanne.
Gaga is currently back on the road with another all-singing, all-dancing world tour that promises to leave no lightbulb unlit and costume unworn.
The Joanne World Tour, in keeping with the name of her fifth studio album, will see the performer journey from coast to coast and continent to continent, stopping by Brazil, Denmark and England along the way.
But it’s the new movie that has fans talking right now. As well as a look at the run up to her new record, Five Foot Two sees the Grammy Award winner reveal the real reason why she and ex-fiancé Taylor Kinney split in 2016, allegedly stating that: “Me and Taylor are fighting, so that sucks. My threshold for b******t with men is just — I don’t have one anymore. In relationships, you have to move together.”
One of the more interesting venue choices for the North American leg of the star’s current world tour is the Mohegan Sun Arena, part of the famous Mohegan Sun Casino and Resort in Connecticut.
Gaga will be stopping off there on November 10 to perform to what’s sure to be a sold out venue, but one that’s more accustomed to hosting less famous and flamboyant artists.
The Mohegan Sun Arena is a fitting choice to play for a singer who shot to fame with the single Poker Face, complete with such casino appropriate couplets as “I wanna hold ’em like they do in Texas, please, Fold ’em, let ’em hit me, raise it; baby, stay with me (I love it), Love game intuition, play the cards with spades to start, And after he’s been hooked, I’ll play the one that’s on his heart”.
In 2009, The Palms Casino Resort signed an agreement with Lady Gaga granting the casino exclusive rights to her hit single Poker Face for a TV commercial. The deal was sealed by Gaga agreeing to play two sold out shows at the Pearl Concert Theater inside the resort in the same year.
Gaga and casinos
Lady Gaga and casinos seem tailor-made for one another, for both are characterised by glamour, excess, flamboyance and sartorial splendour. The “Casino Diego” singer should feel right at home when she rocks up at the Mohegan Sun when her world tour rolls into town. (Prior to that she’ll also be visiting the Genting Arena in Birmingham, England, sponsored by Malaysia’s Genting Group casino chain.)
Tickets for the Mohegan Sun show in Connecticut are priced at between $50 and $400 and fans can expect an exquisitely choreographed show which includes a performance of Poker Face complete with dancers in black cowboy leather costumes.
Later in the show they’ll also be treated to the sight of Lady Gaga driving a vintage convertible on the large screen with pink smoke blowing out of it and a series of raunchy outfits which include a bodysuit, a see-through number with thigh high boots and another pearl and crystal bodysuit with lace-up boots. In other words, just another quiet night in Gaga Land.
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