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Lady Gaga to return for another Belfast ball

Lady Gaga at Belfast's Odyssey Arena 22 February 2010
Lady Gaga at Belfast's Odyssey Arena 22 February 2010
Alan Lewis - Photopress Belfast 22/2/2010Picture by Justin KernoghanLady GaGa on stage at the Odyssey Arena in Belfast tonight.
Lady Gaga at Belfast's Odyssey Arena 22 February 2010
Lady Gaga at Belfast's Odyssey Arena 22 February 2010
Lady Gaga at Belfast's Odyssey Arena 22 February 2010
Lady Gaga at Belfast's Odyssey Arena 22 February 2010
Lady Gaga at Belfast's Odyssey Arena 22 February 2010
Lady Gaga at Belfast's Odyssey Arena 22 February 2010
Lady Gaga at Belfast's Odyssey Arena 22 February 2010
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Northern Ireland fans who missed Miss Germanotta’s Poker Face last time around are in luck. The Belfast Telegraph can reveal that Lady Gaga will be back in all her glory to delight Belfast with leg two of the wild and surreal Monster Ball Tour.

The woman who hopes to change the world “one sequin at a time” is to play Belfast’s Odyssey Arena on November 1 after appearing at Dublin’s O2 arena on October 26.

Critics raved over the live performances of the controversial songstress in leg one of The Monster Ball Tour, which Gaga brought to the Odyssey in February.

The chart-topper describes the show as “the first-ever pop-electro opera”.

Those disappointed to miss the spectacle of her last shows will be clambering for the highly sought after tickets this time around.

Following an overwhelming response to her Irish concerts the extravagant star promises to “push the limits of the live concert experience”.

“It's still called Monster Ball, but it's more of a musical and less of a concert,” Lady Gaga said in a February interview with US presenter Ryan Seacrest.

“It has a New York theme, it's a story, and the story is that me and my friends are in New York and we're going to the Monster Ball, and we get lost.”

Rocketing to the top of the charts worldwide, Lady Gaga’s albums The Fame and The Fame Monster have sold 10 million copies collectively.

Tickets go on sale from Ticketmaster outlets this Friday, April 23 at 9am.

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