Lady Gaga To Include Corpses In New Tour!

Sun, June 27, 2010 11:36am EDT by 3 Comments
Lady Gaga, Monster Ball Tour, Corpses

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The boundary pushing singer has found some new lifeless back-up dancers, but is this too far?

Just when you think Lady Gaga has done it all, she finds a new way to shock fans — this time by including corpses in the new leg of her Monster Ball tour! The Sun reports, “The singer is teaming up with corpse-preserving scientist Gunther Von Hagens to spice up her already blood-soaked Monster Ball Tour.” We don’t know if this is the best idea Gaga!

Gunther is world famous for his Body Worlds exhibit which has traveled around the world. His trademark procedure drains the blood of corpses and replaces it with a hardened silicon so the bodies stay preserved. He even sends some body parts via mail such as a smoker’s lung and a slice of head.

It seems like Gaga might have just found someone as delightfully eccentric as her in Gunther!


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Posted at 3:35 PM on May 5, 2011  

I think it is wrong to display dead people

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Posted at 7:34 PM on June 27, 2010  

This pic is filthy, why would you post it?

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Posted at 1:02 PM on June 27, 2010  

She’s creepy, I wonder what kind of crap she’ll pull when she’s a has-been? She’ll be way funnier than Britney, or Paris, or Lindsey.

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