Fight to save Lady Gaga gig

Lady Gaga’s Indonesian promoters have vowed to fight to save her show, despite police denying it a permit and Islamic hardliners threatening “chaos” if she performs in Jakarta.

Production firm Big Daddy reached out to Lady Gaga fans, known as “little monsters” on Twitter, saying it still hoped to hold the Jun 3 concert after selling over 50,000 tickets. “Little monsters, be patient please. We will keep you updated. We are still fighting”.

But the Islamic Defenders who dubbed Lady Gaga the “devil’s messenger” said it would create havoc if the show goes ahead.


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