gig: Superstar to rock Croker
LADY Gaga is set to become Lady GAA with a gig in Croke Park.
The quirky singer will be togging out at the historic GAA headquarters next year.
Thousands of 'little monsters' will be rushing to the ticket office as it has been revealed that music superstar Lady Gaga will be jetting into Dublin next year to perform for Irish fans.
For one night only, the 25-year-old pop sensation is expected to transform the famous pitch at Croker to wow fans as part of another world-wide tour.
One of the most influential people in the business, the Pokerface singer is currently in talks with promoters MCD, after her three sell-out concerts went down a storm at the O2 with revellers in October.
The wacky singer said: "I'm so excited I can't even go to sleep at night.
"My dream is to continue to make music and tour and give as much as possible back to my fans."
The singer's recent global extravaganza promoting her number one album, The Fame Monster brought in a whopping €200m and having just finished an 18-month tour with her Monsters Ball crew, Gaga is already eager to set off again.
The chart-topper said: "I'll be touring all over the world and I'm already planning.
"That's what I do. It's time for another marathon -- for me it's about how many marathons can I run?
"How many dreams can I make true? Now, not for me, but my fans."