Across the pond this past weekend, Lady Gaga performed on her Born This Way tour, but it wasn't just any ol' concert.
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According to RadarOnline, the "Poker Face" singer dedicated a new song, "Princess Die," to Princess Diana and Amy Winehouse. In fact, before she performed, the natirve New Yorker told the audience she anticipated a "controversy" by playing a tribute song to the late princess in London.
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Gaga explained, “Since I was a very young girl, the People’s Princess was the most important person in me and my mother’s life. I swore if I ever had an audience like this in London, I would take a moment to appreciate her.”
During the concert, which included about 15 costume changes, she also gave a shout-out to John Lennon and declared the late Beatles star the "greatest songwriter ever." Then she performed a rendition of "Imagine."
It sounds like she had a blast with the tributes and concert. Mother Monster Tweeted: "Twickenham, im not even sure what to say. I’ll never forget tonight. London you were the fairest of the ball. now THAT was f**king fun."