Lady Gaga’s Tokyo Love

April 14, 2010 by Post Team 

Lady GagaLady Gaga’s Tokyo Love: According To — She may be a little misunderstood sometimes, but Lady Gaga made sure she sent a message a few overseas understood as she landed in the Far East.

The singer arrived at New Tokyo International Airport in Narita, east of Tokyo, with a strong message to your forearm – written in Japanese Katakana alphabet.

In an asymmetric angular gray suit, with wide parachute pants, huge black platform heels, leather cuffs and sunglasses superstar 24 years old, grunted and waved to fans.

Far out in the Far East: Lady Gaga Singer arrives at the New Tokyo International Airport in Narita, east of Tokyo to the Japanese side of his world tour

Ahead of the rest: The singer had a temporary tattoo written in Japanese Katakana black marker that read: “I love the little monster.” in the forearm – and the same message in your bag £ 3,000

She also wore a large white Hermes Birkin bag (worth £ 3,000), which was defaced with the message “I love the little monster, love Tokyo.” in the Japanese alphabet Katakana – and she had “I love the little monster” written on his forearm.

The singer refers to his legion of fans as the little monsters.

Gaga, whose real name is Stefani Germanotta, is in Japan as part of his world tour “Monsters Ball.

Big in Japan: The pop superstar will perform concerts in Kobe and Yokohama in the next four nights before going to Stockholm in early May

She will be performing concerts in Kobe and Yokohama in the next four nights, before heading to Stockholm in early May.

The weekend his first album, The Fame, returned to the top of the list of albums in the UK for the fourth time.

The LP, which was launched in January 2009, made his first appearance in the top of the table exactly a year ago and has spent a total of 48 weeks in the top 10.

He lowered the tone: The singer was a bit understated compared to its usual appearance crazy – here is flanked by his security team

His return to a number of major successes pushed last week, Boyzone, to number two.

Meanwhile, fellow female performer MIA has criticized the music of Lady Gaga, dismissing as “nightclub in Ibiza 20-year-old” and accusing her of imitating.

In an interview with the singer told NME magazine: “She models after Grace Jones and Madonna, but the music sounds like Ibiza nightclub 20 years of age.

“She is not progressive, but a good copy. It sounds to me that I f ***** g do! That is a talent … but last attempt by the industry to make itself important.”

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