Lady Gaga's 'Born This Way Ball' Tour rolls into Japan
Lady Gaga landed in Japan to kick off the Japan leg of her 'Born this Way Ball' Tour. Hundreds of fanatical Little Monsters waited for hours at Tokyo's Narita International Airport for a chance to get a glimpse of the multi-Grammy winning pop star. Dressed in an outrageous spiked leather and ultra high heels, the pop diva did not disappoint her Little Monsters. Japanese fans are particularly fond of Lady Gaga, who has shown great support for the disaster-stricken country. A week earlier, a teacup used once by Ms. Gaga at a Japanese press conference 3 months after the devastating earthquake and tsunami of last year was auctioned off for over 6 million yen (nearly $75,000). The money will go to help Japanese artists affected by the tsunami to study in the United States. Pictured: Lady Gaga fans
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