Lady Gaga put on a night to remember as she performed in front of a sell out gig at London’s Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Friday.
Singing a slew of her hits to 46,000 fans, the singer, 36, was back bigger and better than ever as she took to the stage amid her Chromatica Ball World Tour, which began earlier this month.
Having released her UK Number 1 house-inspired album back in 2020, the hitmaker finally got the opportunity to take her new show on the road once again; having kicked things off at Düsseldorf, Germany’s Merkur Spiel-Arena on July 17.
She’s back! Lady Gaga put on a night to remember as she performed in front of a sell out gig at London’s Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Friday
Ahead of her first performance in Düsseldorf, Gaga teased the show’s incredible staging; which she described as her ‘museum of brutality’.
And the same could be said for Friday night’s venue as she stunned adoring fans with her fiery performance.
The concert was a feast of party anthems following her sixth studio album giving fans on the night a series of electrifying pop and dance numbers.
Wow: Singing a slew of her hits to 46,000 fans, Gaga, 36, was back bigger and better than ever as she took to the stage for her Chromatica Ball World Tour which began earlier this month
She’s back! Having released her UK Number 1, house-inspired album back in 2020, the hitmaker finally got the opportunity to take her new show on the road once again
Close-up: Gaga and a back-up dancer shared an intimate on stage chemistry as they performed during one of her hits
On the go: Gaga officially kicked things off at Düsseldorf, Germany’s Merkur Spiel-Arena on July 17
The Grammy Award winner took to the stage with an explosion of energy while performing several pulsating dance routines accompanied by angular choreography and high-fashion costumes reminiscent of Grace Jones.
Gaga relentlessly threw herself around the massive stage, either solo or accompanied by an army of dancers lit up in vibrant pinks and golds to make it a night to remember.
The House Of Gucci star’s tour is set to go through mid-September.
On form: Gaga stunned adoring fans with her fiery performance
Energetic: Lady Gaga’s show started with a bang
Move it: The Grammy Award winner took to the stage with an explosion of energy while performing several pulsating dance routines accompanied by angular choreography
Solo: Gaga put her heart and soul into the set as she caught the mic and held it in the air
It’s all in the act: The blonde beauty looked incredible in a futuristic style leotard
This will be the Star Is Born award-winner’s sixth headlining tour, and will perform in countries such as Europe, the United States, and Tokyo.
Her tour is named after her latest studio album of the same name, Chromatica, which was released in 2020.
During an interview on CBS Sunday Morning, Lady Gaga opened up about the album, the emotional lyrics in the track list, and her mental health.
Impressed: The singer received an ecstatic reaction from the crowd
Chaps: Gaga’s fans were left amazed by her bold wardrobe
Eye-spy: Lady Gaga opened the show with her hit Bad Romance
In her element: Her second song on the night was Just Dance
Hands out: The singer changed her costume several times on the night as she gave fans a night to remember
On tour: Gaga and one of her band members appeared in sync as they performed on stage
‘I totally gave up on myself,’ she explained. ‘I hated being famous. I hated being a star. I felt exhausted and used up.’
However, after the release of the album, the multi-talented star added that she was in a better place both ‘mentally and physically.’
‘I don’t hate Lady Gaga anymore. I found a way to love myself again, even when I thought that was never going to happen,’ she added.
Leading lady: Backup dancers swarmed Lady Gaga throughout the show
Icon: The Grammy Award winner took to the stage wearing high-fashion costumes reminiscent of Grace Jones
Choreography: Gaga relentlessly threw herself around the massive stage, either solo or accompanied by an army of dancers
The only way is up: The singer is held up by backing dancers as she continues singing one of her hits
What a sight: In true Gaga style by she was dressed as a giant pink alien insectoid
Multitasking: The energy never dissipates, as the Born This Way singer plays the piano with one leg in the air
Golden girl: Gaga made many outfit changes both on and off stage
With the Rain On Me singer in full swing with her global concert, she has the chance to share her passion for music with her fans once again.
According to WWD, Lady Gaga talked to the Live about how the tour is almost like a celebration, which she showcases through not only her performance, but also her costumes.
‘I wanted to tell a story with abstractions and art,’ the Poker Face hitmaker stated. ‘This show celebrates things I have always loved like art and fashion and dance and music and technology and poetry and the way all of these things work together.’
Passion: Despite her mental health, and dealing with the ups and downs of working in the industry, Lady Gaga stated she will stick to her biggest passion: music