Poker face? Lady Gaga living it up in Tel Aviv on eve of her big Israel concert

Last week, Gaga released a video on Monday with a special "Shalom" greeting for her fans in Israel.

September 12, 2014 22:03
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Lady Gaga lands in Israel

Lady Gaga lands in Israel


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Lady Gaga has landed in the Holy Land.

The international pop sensation touched down at Ben-Gurion Airport on Friday, just one day before she is set to take the stage for what promises to be a raucous concert in Tel Aviv.

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Last week, Gaga released a video on Monday with a special "Shalom" greeting for her fans in Israel.

The provocative pop star’s international tour “artRave: The ARTPOP Ball” will bring the post-war party spirit to Tel Aviv’s Hayarkon Park, where she will perform songs from her latest album, like “Applause” and “G.U.Y.”

The concert is also set to take place 10 days before the release of Cheek to Cheek, a jazz album she recorded with Tony Bennett.

Bennett is set to perform in Tel Aviv the day after Lady Gaga, sparking rumors that the two may perform their first duet from their upcoming album at one of the two concerts in Israel.

“I’m proud and happy that Lady Gaga will come to Israel as planned,” Israeli concert producer Udi Appleboim said. “It is an honor to host her for a historic concert.”

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